OCI compliance and security of MOSTLY AI container images

Learn about the OCI compliance and security scans of MOSTLY AI container images.

Are MOSTLY AI container images OCI Compliant?

While MOSTLY AI images do not go through a formal OCI compliance check, we consider the images compliant on the Image Specification (opens in a new tab) and Distribution Specification (opens in a new tab).

MOSTLY AI uses Red Hat Universal Base Images (UBI) as a base image, builds images with Docker, and stores them in DockerHub.

Can I run MOSTLY AI on any Kubernetes distribution?

MOSTLY AI does not impose a Kubernetes distribution to customers. You are free to run MOSTLY AI on any Kubernetes distribution you like.

The list of the officially supported distributions are:

  • Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)
  • Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE)
  • Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)
  • Red Hat OpenShift
  • Vanilla Kubernetes

How do I make sure to run MOSTLY AI in an OCI Compliant environment?

MOSTLY AI assumes that the officially supported Kubernetes distributions are compliant with the Runtime Specification (opens in a new tab) of OCI.

If you are using a different Kubernetes distribution, check with the vendor if the runtime environment is OCI compliant.

Do you scan your images for vulnerabilities?

MOSTLY AI uses Trivy Open Source (opens in a new tab) vulnerability scanner in CI/CD pipelines and the scans of DockerHub, when pushing to the MOSTLY AI repository.