Docker Cloud repositories

Repositories in Docker Cloud store your Docker images. You can create repositories and manually push images using docker push, or you can link to a source code provider and use automated builds to automatically build images. These repositories can be either public or private.

Additionally, you can access your Docker Hub repositories and automated builds from within Docker Cloud.

Create a new repository in Docker Cloud

To store your images in Docker Cloud, you create a repository. All individual users can create one private repository for free, and can create unlimited public repositories.

  1. Click Repositories in the left navigation.
  2. Click Create.
  3. Enter a name and an optional description.
  4. Choose a visibility setting for the repository.
  5. Optionally, click a linked source code provider to set up automated builds.

    1. Select a namespace from that source code provider.
    2. From that namespace, select a repository to build.
    3. Optionally, expand the build settings section to set up build rules and enable or disable Autobuilds.

    Note: You do not need to set up automated builds right away, and you can change the build settings at any time after the repository is created. If you choose not to enable automated builds, you can still push images to the repository using the docker or docker-cloud CLI.

  6. Click Create.

Repositories for Organizations

Only members of an organization’s Owners team can create new repositories for the organization. Members of Owners can also change the organization’s billing information, and link the organization to a source code provider to set up automated builds.

A member of the Owners team must also set up the repository’s access permissions so that other teams within the organization can use it. To learn more, see the organizations and teams documentation.

Edit an existing repository in Docker Cloud

You can edit your repositories in Docker Cloud to change the description and build configuration.

  1. Click Repositories in the left menu.
  2. Click the existing repository that you want to edit.
  3. From the repository details page, click Edit repository.

To enable or change the automated build settings, click Configure Automated Builds. See the documentation on configuring automated build settings for more information.

You can link to repositories hosted on a third party registry. This allows you to deploy images from the third party registry to your nodes in Docker Cloud, and also allows you to enable automated builds which push built images back to the registry.

Note: To link to a repository that you want to share with an organization, contact a member of the organization’s Owners team. Only the Owners team can import new external registry repositories for an organization.

  1. Click Repositories in the side menu.

  2. Click the down arrow menu next to the Create button.

  3. Select Import.

  4. Enter the name of the repository that you want to add.

    For example, registry.com/namespace/reponame where registry.com is the hostname of the registry.

  5. Enter credentials for the registry.

    Note: These credentials must have push permission in order to push built images back to the repository. If you provide read-only credentials, you will be able to run automated tests and deploy from the repository to your nodes, but you will not be able to push built images to it.

  6. Click Import.

  7. Confirm that the repository on the third-party registry now appears in your Repositories dropdown list.

What’s next?

Once you create or link to a repository in Docker Cloud, you can set up automated testing and automated builds.


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