If you’re using Docker to run anything serious, you’ll have needed to store your images somewhere other than your development machine.
Docker Inc. run a central registry where you can host your own private repositories, which makes things pretty easy. But that does add a remote dependency for your deployments, and certainly won’t be acceptable to those that have a security requirement to keep everything with the EU, or UK.
We’ve also written a step by step guide on getting it up and running on a CoreOS cloud server.
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