Docker containers have gained popularity over the years due to the ease of maintaining them, ease of developing in an isolated environment as well as official docker container releases from vendors onto Docker Hub.

CentOS has been releasing their own official docker containers on their official CentOS docker hub repository However, as we all know, CentOS has stopped being downstream since CentOS 8 and now it is more of an upstream OS in the Redhat release cycle starting CentOS 8 stream.

Ever wondered where are the CentOS stream docker images?

Well looks like CentOS Stream docker images have moved from Docker Hub to

CentOS had started publishing their docker images to Quay since the past more than 2 years (which infact include some releases of CentOS 7 as well)