If you want a beautiful integration between Docker and SCM, GitLab provides it's own built-in Docker registry. This makes publishing a Docker image in the build pipeline a breeze.
The other big advantage of GitLab Docker registry is that it supports multiple Docker repositories for each GitLab repo. This allows you to create a new Docker repo for each ...
I was able to get an answer over here forums.docker.com Credit goes to dmaze.
Set up some sort of automated build system (“continuous integration” in the current trendy term). Docker is sufficiently mainstream at this point that any of the cloud-based or locally-installed CI systems can do it.
In your Dockerfile, use a LABEL to record the source of the ...
The key words here are:
Pipeline on Bitbucket
You already have a pipeline. This is where you would stick the deployment command.
AFAIK there is no standard tooling for registries to 'push out' any changes; you'd have to code a custom integrator that continually polls for changes and compares. This would be a lot of work. Same goes for having your ...
I faced this same problem when I was trying to automate GCP kubernetes deployment using Jenkins by putting image in GCR and I created one service account giving admin permission in gcp IAM.
I launched one VM giving same IAM service account access.
I installed gcloud sdk using here follows below command.
$gcloud auth configure-docker
From the Before you begin section of the instructions you referenced:
Make sure that you:
Have access to the registries which you will be pushing to and pulling from
This is specified in more details in Using Container Registry with Google Cloud Platform:
To push private Docker images from a Compute Engine instance, your
instance must ...
You mentioned that the auth key is stored in Jenkins credentials and are available as environment variables, if so, then your half task is already done; what you can probably do from here is, use those environment variables to perform docker login (assuming USERNAME and PASSWORD are the Jenkins credentials variable), use the below command to login
Yes, it is possible. The entire subject is discussed in Registry as a pull through cache, from where the below quotes are taken.
Basically you need to configure the cache as a proxy for Docker Hub:
Configure the cache
To configure a Registry to run as a pull through cache, the addition
of a proxy section is required to the config file.