How to deploy Private Docker Registry in MegamVertice
A Docker registry serves to manage Docker images in your organization, whether created internally or downloaded from remote Docker resources such as Docker Hub.
The Registry is a stateless, highly scalable server side application that stores and lets you distribute Docker images.
Why use it
You should use the Registry if you want to:
- tightly control where your images are being stored
- fully own your images distribution pipeline
- integrate image storage and distribution tightly into your in-house development workflow
This tutorial will guide you in setting up a Private docker registry in MegamVertice.
You are running Ubuntu 14.04 or Linux workstation.
Git installed on your server, which you can do by following the How To Install Git with Apt.
An account on GitHub, which is a Git repository host.
Introducing Atharva Storage - MegamVertice
Atharva Storage - MegamVertice is a “Cloud object storage, low latency and (S3 - AWS Signature v2) compatible API built on top of ceph - jewel.”.
Upon successful signin to docs.megam.io, look for the icon
at the top right hand corner named
To Deploy Private Docker Registry
This initial section contains everything you need to set private registry on your server.
Step-1 Creating Ubuntu VM
First, ensure you can login to docs.megam.io.
Go to the Market Places.
select the Ubuntu, A window will pop up with for CPU, storage, RAM and SSHkey options.
You can choose the storage size, RAM capacity.
You can Create a new sshkey, use an existing sshkey or import your own sshkeys too.
Click the Create button. it will create the virtual machine.
Step-2 Creating a Bucket in our Storage
Go to the Storage.
Click the create storage button. it will open one pop-up window. You can create a bucket.
Let us provide our bucket name as
Step-3 Installing Docker
You need to access the launched Virtual Machine from
step-1via a terminal.
You can download the SSH Keys from SSH Keys tab or Overview page. Use this key to login to your virtual machine using the following command,
ssh -i path to/<private_key filename> root@<ipaddress>
Update your apt sources
echo 'deb https://apt.dockerproject.org/repo ubuntu-trusty main' >/etc/apt/sources.list.d/docker.list sudo apt-get install apt-transport-https ca-certificates sudo apt-key adv --keyserver hkp://p80.pool.sks-keyservers.net:80 --recv-keys 58118E89F3A912897C070ADBF76221572C52609D sudo apt-get install linux-image-generic-lts-trusty
Update your APT package index.
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install docker-engine
Start the docker daemon.
sudo service docker start
Step-4 Run the Docker Registry
- Inside the virtual machine, Use the following command to run the docker registry.
Add an extra STORAGE_PATH=/registry to create a child folder under
docker-registry bucket. Apparently this didn’t work for us.
docker run \ -e SETTINGS_FLAVOR=ceph-s3 \ -e AWS_BUCKET=docker-registry \ -e STORAGE_PATH=/registry \ -e AWS_REGION=default \ -e AWS_KEY=<access-key> \ -e AWS_SECRET=<secret-key> \ -e AWS_CALLING_FORMAT=boto.s3.connection.OrdinaryCallingFormat \ -e AWS_PORT=80 \ -e AWS_HOST=188.8.131.52 \ -p 5000:5000 \ registry /* enter your bucket-name here.that you are created in step-2. You can see your Access-key and Secret-key from your profile page in MegamVertice[docs.megam.io](https://docs.megam.io/overview/tour/) */
- Create a docker images by running the following command
Enter this command in your virtual machine
sudo docker pull <imagename> eg: sudo docker pull hello-world !(/content/images/2016/06/p1-1.jpg)
Check if the image is downloaded in the VM
- Push downloaded docker image to your private registry.
As you are inside the VM, the private registry is running under
sudo docker tag hello-world 127.0.0.1:5000/hello-world sudo docker push 127.0.0.1:5000/hello-world
- Let us verify if the image is stored
Logon docs.megam.io goto storage place. You can see the docker images in file structure order.
Grab the private regitry’s ipaddressifconfig
In our case the docker registry is running at 184.108.40.206.
Step-5 Pull a docker images
Goto your workstation, Open the /etc/default/docker file
Edit or add the DOCKER_OPTS line and add the
Close and save the configuration file.
Restart your Docker daemon
service docker stop service docker start
To run the pull command, make sure docker is runningdocker pull 220.127.116.11:5000/hello-world
These are the very simple steps to create vm, utilize our atharva storage.
This is a good head-start for deploy a private docker-registry in MegamVertice.