Docker Hub is a hosted repository service provided by Docker for finding and sharing container images with your team. Key features include:
Docker Hub is the central meeting place for container community developers, open source projects and independent software vendors (ISV) building and distributing their code in containers.
For Developers: Store and share your personal projects and see what the container community is building.
For Teams: Leverage private repositories to restrict content to specific users or teams.
For ISVs: List and distribute your software and plugins as containers and reach millions of end users in the container community.
For Enterprises: Choose certified containers from validated ISVs with cooperative support so you have the assurance to run in your production environment.
Get enterprise-grade assurances on the containers running on your infrastructure. Docker Certified Containers and Plugins are available from validated partners in the Docker container ecosystem offering software, middleware, operating systems, networking and storage plugins as containers available for download and purchase.
A container is the running instance of a container image. A container image is an immutable, read-only file with instructions for creating a Docker container. Every time you start a container based on a container image file, you will get the exact same Docker container - no matter where you deploy it.
This allows developers to solve the “works on my machine” issue. It also allows for greater collaboration as container images can be easily shared amongst developers and managed in image repositories like Docker Hub or within an enterprise in a secure, private repository like Docker Trusted Registry.
Easily search more than one million container images, including Certified and community-provided images.
Get access to free public repositories for storing and sharing container images or choose subscription plan for private repos.
A trusted way to run more technology in containers with certified infrastructure, containers, and plugins.