Docker Cloud uses your Docker ID for access and access control, and this allows you to link your Hub and Cloud accounts.
If you already have an account on Docker Hub you can use the same credentials to log in to Docker Cloud.
If you don’t have an existing Docker ID, you can sign up for a new Docker ID
from the Cloud website, or using the
docker login command in the Docker CLI.
The name you choose for your Docker ID becomes part of your account namespace.
You can link to your own hosts, or to hosted nodes from a Cloud Services Provider such as Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure from your Docker Cloud account.
You can also link to source code repositories such as GitHub and Bitbucket from your Docker Cloud account settings.
You can configure your account so that you receive email notifications for certain types of events in Docker Cloud.
You can also connect Slack to your Docker Cloud account so you can get notifications through your chat channels. To learn more, see Docker Cloud notifications in Slack.
Like free Docker Hub accounts, free Docker Cloud accounts come with one free private repository.
If you require more private repositories, visit your Cloud settings and select Plan to see the available paid accounts.
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