How to Use Your Own Registry

1 Year Subscription

One of the things that makes the Docker Platform so powerful is how easy it is to use images from a central location. Docker Hub is the premier Image Repository with thousands of Official Images ready for use. It’s also just as easy to push your own images to the Docker Hub registry so that everyone can benefit from your Dockerized applications.

But in certain scenarios, you might not want to push your images outside of your firewall. In this case you can set up a local registry using the open source software project Distribution. In this article we’ll take a look at setting up and configuring a local instance of the Distribution project where your teams can share images with docker commands they already know: docker push and docker pull.

Prerequisites

To complete this tutorial, you will need the following:

  • Free Docker Account 
  • Docker running locally

Running the Distribution service

The Distribution project has been packaged as an Official Image on Docker Hub. To…



UCSD DevOps CICD

Continue reading on source link

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

− 1 = 5