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Getting Started


You might first want to install django-oci:

pip install django-oci

you could also install a development version from GitHub:

git clone
cd django-oci

# To install to your python packages
pip install .

# To install from clone location
pip install -e .

This should install the one dependency, Django Rest Framework. If you want a requirements.txt file to do the same, one is provided in the repository.

pip install -r reqiurements.txt

Project Settings

Add it to your INSTALLED_APPS along with rest_framework


Add django-oci’s URL patterns:

    from django_oci import urls as django_oci_urls
    urlpatterns = [
        url(r'^', include(django_oci.urls)),

You should also read about other options to provide in your project settings to customize the registry, and see the example application for an example of deployment. Details about authentication can be read about here. This will generate a distribution-spec set of API endpoints to generally push, pull, and otherwise interact with a registry. What is not (yet) provided are frontend interfaces to see your containers.