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Docker: Creating Structured Containers by Scott Gallagher, Allan Espinosa, Russ McKendrick, Santosh Kumar Konduri, Vaibhav Kohli, Rajdeep Dua, Neependra Khare, Oskar Hane, Shrikrishna Holla, Vinod Singh, Jeeva S. Chelladhurai, Pethuru Raj

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Chapter 3. Container Image Storage

In this chapter, we will cover the places you store your containers, such as Docker Hub and Docker Hub Enterprises. We will also cover Docker Registry that you can use to run your own local storage for the Docker containers. We will review the differences between them all and when and how to use each of them.

Docker Hub

In this section, we will cover the locations you can store the images you will be creating. There are several different areas to store these, ranging from a location in the cloud that can be set to public, where anyone can access and use them, to private, again a place in the cloud that can only be accessed by those you give permission to. You can also host your own repository, where you can store ...

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