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Business Central and NAV July 2020 on-premises updates was published over the weekend and this is going to be the last on-premises version of Business Central and NAV released as a docker image. The existing docker images will stay on mcr.microsoft.com for some time still, but no new on premises images will be added.
If this is news to you, you should read https://freddysblog.com/2020/06/25/changing-the-way-you-run-business-central-in-docker/ and https://freddysblog.com/2020/06/25/working-with-artifacts/ (+ some more blog posts on how to find out what the changes are)
Below you will see a table of the july update artifacts (how to get the url) and what the corresponding image names are.
As already mentioned, August updates will be artifacts only, and looking at the table above, you can easily imagine how you will be able to retrieve the url for the artifacts when it ships.
Freddy KristiansenTechnical Evangelist
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