Last updated February 23, 2018

One of the key advantages of Docker is that it makes it much easier to share your containers with your team members. For most of this series, we've been relying on containers hosted on Docker Hub. When we need to create a custom container for our team, we want to leverage that same sharing infrastructure.

In this tutorial, we'll:

  • Describe the various methods of sharing containers.
  • Outline the advantages of using Docker Hub.
  • Briefly describe why and when you should use a private container image registry.