Learn how to deploy the Docker open-source registry in this video.
- [Narrator] When it comes to deploying a Docker registry,…if we start with the open source Docker registry option,…and look at the Docker documentation for it,…we're here in the registry overview,…and there's a lot of good information here,…on the open source Docker registry.…If we scroll down to deploy a registry server,…you can see that you can very simply…run the open source registry by using this command…right here: Docker run -d, run it as a demon,…publish port 5000, always restart, name it registry,…and you're going to deploy the registry image, version two.…
So let's give that a try.…So we're here on a Docker host,…we're running Docker already.…I'm just going to paste in the command that you saw…in the Docker registry documentation,…and I've actually already done this once on this host,…so it didn't take any time at all to download,…and now if we do a Docker ps,…you can see we are indeed running the registry container.…So as a test, if we wanted to push a container up…to that registry, we could tag a container,…
- Docker Certified Associate (DCA)
- What are Docker images and Dockerfiles?
- Creating Docker images
- Tagging, modifying, and managing images
- Deploying a registry
- Pushing, pulling, and signing images
- Searching registries
- Deleting images from a registry