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Red Hat Quay container image registries let you store container images in a central location. As a regular user of a Red Hat Quay registry, you can create repositories to organize your images and selectively add read (pull) and write (push) access to the repositories you control. A user with administrative privileges can perform a broader set of tasks, such as the ability to add users and control default settings.

This guide assumes you have a Red Hat Quay deployed and are ready to start setting it up and using it.

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