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How To Set Up a Private Docker Registry on Ubuntu

How To Set Up a Private Docker Registry on Ubuntu

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HEllo and welcome all to the private Docker show........ here we'llll show you how to get along with docker.. push and pull your own repositories. change its backend ....et..and other stuff. This is for you if ... you dont... want to send your container up to the Docker registry online... dont want to sign up for the Docker Online registry... like doing things on your computer first ... want to see how it works ... because man ....stop asking and get to it :( * so sit back streeaaaachhhhhh thossseeee hands and lets get learning.

Overview

This is a tutorial on how to setup a private docker registry.. This tutorial will cover downloading and installing docker ,the registry , setup and deployment on your local machine. After this tutorial you should be able to get your own registry up and working.

What are the requirements?:

  • Ubuntu native or vm
  • Around 4Gb + for installing various docker components And the most important is: desire to learn

What is the target audience?:

  • You understand ubuntu and have run docker once or twice
  • You are willing to download and read outside links
  • Learners who want to enhance their knowledge
  • You are really excited. [email protected]!

When are the streaming sessions (streaming schedule)?:

Weekly 4 pm EST New York time on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

Project Outline

Session 1: Setting-up the Environment

  • Setting up the environment for linux
  • Downloading and installing docker
  • Downloading and running the registry

Session 2: Pulling and pushing to your local registry

  • Define Which registry to use
  • Copy an Image from Docker Hub to your registry
  • Stopping registry
  • Start the registry automatically

Session 3: Configuring your Private Docker Backend

  • Changing storage from local to Amazon S3
  • Changing Storage to Google cloud

Session 4: Configure Docker to be accessible from the internet

  • Using a SSL Cert
  • Using Let’s Encrypt
  • Restricting Access

Session 5: Pulling from registry on Digital Ocean

  • Running registry on droplet
  • Pulling from registry
  • Running existing web-server

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