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Add Docker Hub Registry

  1. From the Container Protection navigation menu, go to CONFIGURE > Registry.
  2. Click +ADD NEW drop down menu and select Docker Hub.
  3. The Docker Hub Url is already filed. Enter the Docker Hub Organization Name.
  4. In Repository, enter the Docker Hub repository name.
  5. In Tag, enter '.*' to include all images in the repository or specify the images by separating them with comma. For example, image1,image2,image3, etc.
  6. In Cap, enter the maximum number of images to be imported.
  7. For example, if you specify 5, only the 5 latest images will be added.

    Click on +Add New Repository to add more repositories.

  8. Click Select Docker Hub User drop down menu to select the Docker Hub user to access private repository or select " - " to access only the public repository.
  9. (This is an optional field. If no Docker Hub user is entered, only repositories with public access will be added to the registry)

  10. Click on the Scan Images in the following Kubernetes Cluster drop down menu to select a Kubernetes Cluster with Healthy status.
  11. In Registry Name field, enter an unique name for this registry, then click Add Registry to complete adding the registry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Add Docker Hub Registry

  1. From the Container Protection navigation menu, go to CONFIGURE > Registry.
  2. Click +ADD NEW drop down menu and select Docker Hub.
  3. The Docker Hub Url is already filed. Enter the Docker Hub Organization Name.
  4. In Repository, enter the Docker Hub repository name.
  5. In Tag, enter '.*' to include all images in the repository or specify the images by separating them with comma. For example, image1,image2,image3, etc.
  6. In Cap, enter the maximum number of images to be imported.
  7. For example, if you specify 5, only the 5 latest images will be added.

    Click on +Add New Repository to add more repositories.

  8. Click Select Docker Hub User drop down menu to select the Docker Hub user to access private repository or select " - " to access only the public repository.
  9. (This is an optional field. If no Docker Hub user is entered, only repositories with public access will be added to the registry)

  10. Click on the Scan Images in the following Kubernetes Cluster drop down menu to select a Kubernetes Cluster with Healthy status.
  11. In Registry Name field, enter an unique name for this registry, then click Add Registry to complete adding the registry