Docker Hub’s repository “Tags” view shows you the available tags and the size of the associated image.Image sizes are the cumulative space taken up by the image and all its parent images.
Docker Hub repositories let you share images with co-workers, customers, or the Docker community at large.
If you’re building your images internally, either on your own Docker daemon, or using your own Continuous integration services, you can push them to a Docker Hub repository that you add to your Docker Hub user or organization account.
Alternatively, if the source code for your Docker image is on Git Hub or Bitbucket, you can use an “Automated build” repository, which is built by the Docker Hub services.
See the automated builds documentation to read about the extra functionality provided by those services.
You can also use the “Create ▼” menu to “Create Repository”.
When creating a new repository, you can choose to put it in your Docker ID namespace, or that of any organization that you are in the “Owners” team.The Repository Name will need to be unique in that namespace, can be two to 255 characters, and can only contain lowercase letters, numbers or .You can search the Docker Hub registry via its search interface or by using the command line interface.Searching can find images by image name, user name, or description: $ docker search centos NAME DESCRIPTION STARS OFFICIAL AUTOMATED centos The official build of Cent OS. $ docker pull centos latest: Pulling from centos 6941bfcbbfca: Pull complete 41459f052977: Pull complete fd44297e2ddb: Already exists centos:latest: The image you are pulling has been verified.1034 [OK] ansible/centos7-ansible Ansible on Centos7 43 [OK] tutum/centos Centos image with SSH access. Important: image verification is a tech preview feature and should not be relied on to provide security.Digest: sha256:d601d3b928eb2954653c59e65862aabb31edefa868bd5148a41fa45004c12288 Status: Downloaded newer image for centos:latest You now have an image from which you can run containers.