Docker Hub


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Docker Hub

A registry for storing private and public Docker containers (Docker "images"). A private image, called a "private repository" or "private repo," is one that is shared within the organization, while a "public repo" is available to others. See Docker image and Docker.
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With Oracle Linux and MySQL images available on the Docker Hub Registry, users will be able to quickly create and publish custom Docker containers that layer applications on top of Oracle Linux and MySQL, which is a great time-saver for both independent software vendors and IT departments.
Microsoft Open Technologies has made a simplified setup of the original Docker Engine for Linux available on Azure since June, but the partnership provides full Azure integration and Docker baked right into the next Windows Server release, opening up Docker Engine, Docker Hub and images for developers.
With Zulu on Docker, Java programmers and DevOps benefit from free access to a proven and certified Java development kit and runtime, based on the 100% open source OpenJDK, which can be freely redistributed to others via the Docker hub registry.
In addition, Docker Engine images for Windows Server will be available in the community-driven Docker Hub, where more than 45,000 Docker applications are currently shared across developer communities.
The Docker Hub Registry, in the meantime, is a website that lets Docker users manage and share their packaged applications.