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Docker in Production: Lessons from the Trenches by Justin Cormack, Joe Johnston, Milos Gajdos, Antoni Batchelli, John Fiedler

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Chapter 9. Storing Docker Images

If you’ve used Docker in development or production already, you will know that storing images is one of the easier things to accomplish with Docker images. Docker since day one has had a central repository that allows you to easily store images. This central model has made pushing and pulling images trival while allowing engineers to make their code and services extremly portable. There are three different ways to store Docker images. Public, private, or save/load. Each of these options have their pro’s and con’s so it really depends on your type of environment, what works best, and company security requirements.

For open source or public projects its suggested to use the Public repository. If you need higher ...

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