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Docker HubA 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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Collaboration on research, which may or may not require code changes, is easily enabled via Github, Docker Hub
, and the reproducibility properties inherent to working in containers.
IBM said it will bundle Docker Hub
Enterprise with integrated services as well as sell it as a standalone product offering.
Underscoring these concerns is the fact that more than 30 percent of official images in the Docker Hub
contain high priority security vulnerabilities, according to a May 2015 study by BanyanOps.