You can create Organizations in Docker Cloud to share repositories, and infrastructure and applications with coworkers and collaborators.
Members of an organization can see only the teams to which they belong, and
their membership. Members of the
Owners team can see and edit
all of the teams and all of the team membership lists. Docker Cloud users
outside an organization cannot see the Organizations or teams another user
An Organization in Docker Cloud contains Teams, and each Team contains users. You cannot add users directly to an Organization. Organizations can also have repositories, applications (services and containers), and infrastructure (nodes and node clusters) associated with them. Paid features such as private repositories and extra nodes are paid for using the billing information associated with the Organization.
To create an organization:
Enter billing information for the organization.
This will be used for paid features used by the Organization account, including private repositories and additional nodes.
The Docker Cloud interface switches you to the new organization view. You can return to your individual user account from the menu at the top right corner.
When you create an Organization, your user account is automatically added to the
Owners team, which allows you to manage the Organization. This
team must always have at least one member, and you can add other members to it
at any time.
Individual user accounts can be converted to organizations if needed. You will no longer be able to log in to the account, email addresses, linked source repositories and collaborators will be removed. Automated builds will be migrated. Account conversion cannot be undone.
You will need another valid Docker ID (not the account you are converting) for
the user who will become the first member of the
Owners team. All existing
automated builds are migrated to this user, and they will be able to configure
the newly converted organization’s settings to grant access to other users.
Convert to organization.
The UI refreshes. Log in from the Docker ID you specified as the first Owner, and then continue on to configure the organization as described below.
Once you’ve created an organization:
Each organization has an
Owners team which contains the users who manage the
organization’s settings. If you created the organization, you are automatically
added to the
Owners team. You can add new users to the
Owners team and then
leave the team if you want to transfer ownership. There must always be at least
one member of the
Owners team members can:
Note: You cannot change the Owners team permission settings. Only add users to the Owners team who you are comfortable granting this level of access.
To transfer ownership of an organization, add the new owner to the
team, then go to your Teams list and click Leave on the
Owners team line.
Note: At this time, only members of the
Ownersteam receive email notifications for events (such as builds and container redeploys) in the organization’s resources. The email “notification level” setting for the organization affects only the
You can create Teams within an Organization to add users and manage access to infrastructure, applications, and repositories.
Every organization contains an
Owners team for users who manage the team
settings. You should create at least one team separate from the owners team so
that you can add members to your organization without giving them this level of
You can give Teams within an organization different levels of access to
resources that the organization owns. You can then assign individual users to a
Team to grant them that level of access. Team permissions are set by members of
Note: If a user is a member of multiple teams, their access settings are conjunctive (sometimes called inclusive or additive). For example, if a user is a member of Team A that grants them
No accessto repositories, and they’re also a member of Team B that grants them
Read and Writeaccess to repositories, the user has
Read and Writeaccess.
To set or edit Team permissions:
Runtimeresources. Runtime resources include both infrastructure and applications.
Optionally, grant the team access to one or more repositories in the Repositories section.
+) icon. The change is saved immediately.
Note: An organization can have public repositories which are visible to all users (including those outside the organization). Team members can view public repositories even if you have not given them
Viewpermission. You can use team permissions to grant write and admin access to public repositories.
General access levels:
Note: Only users who are members of the
Ownersteam can create new repositories.
|Read/Write||Pull, push, update description, delete|
|Admin||All of the above, plus create|
|Read||View build and build settings|
|Read/write||View, cancel build, retry or trigger build|
|Admin||All of the above, plus change a build source, create and delete|
|Read/write||View, scale, check node health|
|Admin||All of the above plus terminate, upgrade daemon, get certificate, create BYON token, update, deploy, and create|
|Read||View, get logs, export stackfile|
|Read/write||All of the above, plus start, stop, redeploy, and scale|
|Admin||All of the above plus, open a terminal window, terminate, update, and create|
To modify an existing team, log in to Docker Cloud and switch to your organization, click Teams in the left navigation menu, then click the team you want to modify.
You can manage team membership from the first page that appears when you select the team.
To change the team name or description, click Settings.
To manage team permissions for runtime resources (nodes and applications) and repositories click Permissions.
An organization can have its own resources including repositories, nodes and node clusters, containers, services, and service stacks, just as if it was a normal user account.
If you’re a member of the
Owners team, you can create these resources when
logged in as the Organization, and manage which Teams can view, edit, and create
and delete each resource.
Log in to Docker Cloud as a member of the
Switch to the Organization account by selecting it from the user icon menu at the top right.
Click Cloud Settings in the left navigation.
From the Organization’s Cloud settings page, you can link to the organization’s source code repositories, link to infrastructure hosts such as a cloud service providers.
The steps are the same as when you perform these actions as an individual user.
From the Organization’s Cloud settings page you can also manage the Organization’s Plan and billing account information, notifications, and API keys.
To create resources for an Organization, log in to Docker Cloud and switch to the Organization account. Create the repositories, services, stacks, or node clusters as you would for any other account.
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