Getting started with Container Registry
Before you start
To create a registry, you'll need a folder in Yandex Cloud. If you don't have any folders yet, create a new folder:
Click Create folder on the cloud page.
Enter the folder name. Naming requirements:
- The length can be from 3 to 63 characters.
- It may contain lowercase Latin letters, numbers, and hyphens.
- The first character must be a letter. The last character can't be a hyphen.
(Optional) Enter a description of the folder.
Select the Create a default network option. A network is created with subnets in each availability zone. A default security group, where all network traffic is allowed inside, will also be created in this network.
Creating a registry and performing basic operations on Docker images
Create a registry in Container Registry:
yc container registry create --name my-first-registry ..done id: crpc9qeoft236r8tfalm folder_id: b1g0itj57rbjk9thrinv name: my-first-registry status: ACTIVE created_at: "2018-12-25T12:24:56.286Z"
You will need the received
idto access the created registry.
Authenticate in Container Registry using a Docker Credential helper:
Configure Docker to use
yc container registry configure-docker Credential helper is configured in '/home/<user>/.docker/config.json'
During setup, information about the current user profile is saved.
Make sure that Docker is configured.
/home/<user>/.docker/config.jsonfile must contain the following line:
Pull a Docker image from the Docker Hub repository:
docker pull ubuntu
Assign a tag like
cr.yandex/<registry ID>/<Docker image name>:<tag>to the Docker image pulled:
docker tag ubuntu \ cr.yandex/crpc9qeoft236r8tfalm/ubuntu:hello
Push the Docker image to the repository Container Registry:
docker push \ cr.yandex/crpc9qeoft236r8tfalm/ubuntu:hello
Run the Docker image:
docker run \ cr.yandex/crpc9qeoft236r8tfalm/ubuntu:hello