Using Docker Image Registry¶
Razorops needs access to the Image Registry to push or pull a built Docker image. You can configure credentials for Docker registries in our dashboard (in Integration section).
docker/build step, you specify the Image Registry url as provided by the Registry Providers. When pipeline is triggered, the docker credentials are automatically injected in the runner environment and can be used by Docker commands.
Add Docker credentials¶
Click on Connect button under Docker/Quay.io/Self-hosted/Azure tab. This step is required only for private registries.
Connect with Docker hub¶
For Dockerhub, you should provide Docker ID and Docker password which you use to sign-in docker hub. These secrets are kept securly in our infrastructure and get injected when configured pipeline executes.
Username: Docker ID
Password: Docker password
Connect with Quay.io¶
To authenticate Quay.io, you need to create a robot account on Quay.io with the require permissions for your Quay repository. Please see the documentation Quay Robot Account to create the robot account.
Below is the example of setting up authentication for Quay.io.
Username: Robot Account Name ## replace
Password: password ThePasswordGeneratedInTheAdminPanelOfQuay ## replace
Robot Account Name is 'quay.io username that you have set' + 'name provided to create the robot account'. Password is encrypted password generated in the dashboard of Quay.
Connect with Google Container Registry¶
Service Account Key: Your Service Account key
Connect with Self-Hosted Registry¶
For self hosted registry, url, username and password is defined by your system.
url: cloud.canister.io:5000 ## canister is cloud based registry provider
Username: Admin username of Registry ## replace
Password: Password associated with above admin user ## replace
Connect with AWS ECR¶
Click on AWS Elastic Container Registry, fill the asked details and save. Amazon ECR requires access tokens to access the images and those access tokens expire after a time.Therefore, Razorops will refresh access tokens on a regular interval.
AWS Access Key: Your AWS access key
AWS Secret Key: Your AWS Secret Key
AWS Region for Registry: Region name