In order to use Quay you need to have an organization and account at Quay. If you already have, you can skip step 1 and follow the guide from step 2.
Begin by creating a Quay account for yourself or your organization at Quay.
Inside your Quay account, create a public/private repository where you'll store your Docker images securely.
Initialize your private repository in one of these ways:
- Dockerfile: If you have a Dockerfile, you can use it to initialize your repository.
- GitHub Repository Path: Link your Quay repository to a GitHub repository to automate image pushes.
- Bitbucket: Similar to GitHub, link your Quay repository to a Bitbucket repository for automated image pushes.
- Custom Git Repository: Link to a custom Git repository if your code is hosted elsewhere.
Use the Quay portal to build the Docker image associated with your private repository. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Access the Salad portal and set up your SCE by selecting the private registry tab when setting the image source. In the service dropdown option, choose "Quay Container Registry," and provide the following information:
- Quay username and password.
- Image name from your private Quay repository
With all configurations in place, click the "Start" button in the Salad portal to launch your container using the private Quay registry image.
Your container is now up and running, utilizing the image stored securely in your private Quay repository.
Updated 28 days ago