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Infrastructure as Code (IAC) Cookbook by Pierre Pomes, Stephane Jourdan

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Deploying a private Docker registry with S3 storage

The Docker registry is a central image distribution service. When we pull or push an image, it's from the Docker registry. It can be commercially hosted (CoreOS Quay https://quay.io/ is an example, Docker's own https://hub.docker.com/ is another), or it can be self-hosted (for privacy, speed, bandwidth issues, or company policy). Docker Inc. made it simple for us to deploy it; it's extensively documented and packaged. Amongst the many deployable features, we'll start by simply deploying a single registry ready to be load-balanced, and then we'll switch its backend storage to AWS S3, so disk space will never be an issue again.

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