Manage registry credentials

You can add a private Docker registry that points to your Docker images. For details, see Docker's blog post on how to use your own registry.

Note: MedStack Control supports Docker Hub, private Docker registries, and any URL that hosts a Docker image. Docker Trusted Registry (DTR) is not currently supported.

Add a registry

  1. On the Control page, click the cluster name.

  2. Click the Registries heading, then click ADD REGISTRY.

  3. Enter your Username and Password for the registry.
  4. In the URL field, enter the registry hostname and port. (Port is optional.) Do not include https:// in the URL.
  5.  Click ADD REGISTRY. MedStack Control attempts to authenticate with the registry. If successful, the registry is added to the Registries page.

Delete a registry

  1. On the Control page, click the cluster name.

  2. Click the Registries heading, then click DELETE beside the registry.

Update a registry

When you update or change your registry credentials, the changes do not propagate to your current service. You must configure the new credentials in a new service. For details on creating a new service, see Manage services

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