Docker Registry UI
A web UI for easy private/local Docker Registry integration. Allows you to browse, delete and search for images as
well as register multiple registries for large installations.
The application boasts the following features:
View all images for all registries (one to many)
Further info. page for images for inspection of config. etc
Pull copy/paste shortcuts
Search for images
Containerized via Docker
Exposes the webapp's configuration data as a volume for use with data-containers or simple host directory storage
This project is containerized. You can run with docker right now by simply running:
docker run -p 8080:8080 atcol/docker-registry-ui
and browsing to localhost:8080/.
The app' requires registry configuration which can be supplied once the app's running, or through container environment
docker run -p 8080:8080 -e REG1=http://dev:5000/v1/ -e REG2=http://prod/v1/ atcol/docker-registry-ui
which will run the application and automatically register two registries at the hosts
both running API versions v1. You must provide URLs that include the API version.
Note: don't use
localhost in registry URLs! The host needs to be visible from inside the container, so
-e REG1=http://localhost/... won't work because localhost will resolve to the container's IP. If registry is running on the host, then remember to use its IP:
The webapp's configuration data is stored inside the container in a H2 database under
/var/lib/h2/. You can hold this data on the host machine using the
docker run -p 8080:8080 -v /some/data/dir:/var/lib/h2 atcol/docker-registry-ui
which survives container restarts.
You could also use the data-container pattern using
docker run -v /var/lib/h2 --name="registry_web_data" ubuntu docker run -p 8080:8080 --volumes-from=registry_web_data atcol/docker-registry-ui
Now all data will be kept in the