Push the image to Docker Cloud’s Registry

Skip this step if you don’t have Docker Engine installed locally.

In this step you will take the image that you built in the previous step, and push it to Docker Cloud.

In step 2, you set your Docker Cloud username as an environment variable called DOCKER_ID_USER. If you skipped this step, change the $DOCKER_ID_USER to your Docker ID username before running this command.

First tag the image. Tags in this case denote different builds of an image.

Python quickstart

$ docker tag quickstart-python $DOCKER_ID_USER/quickstart-python

Go quickstart

$ docker tag quickstart-go $DOCKER_ID_USER/quickstart-go

Next, push the tagged image to the repository.

Python quickstart

$ docker push $DOCKER_ID_USER/quickstart-python

Go quickstart

$ docker push $DOCKER_ID_USER/quickstart-go

Verify the image location

After the push command completes, verify that the image is now in Docker Cloud’s registry. Do this by running the docker-cloud repository ls command. You should see only one of the images below.

$ docker-cloud repository ls
NAME                                    DESCRIPTION


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