Create a Project in vSphere Integrated Containers Registry
In vSphere Integrated Containers Registry, you group container image repositories in projects. A project contains all of the repositories that an application requires. You cannot push images to vSphere Integrated Containers Registry until you have created a project.
NOTE: The current version of vSphere Integrated Containers Engine does not support
docker push. To push images to vSphere Integrated Containers Registry, use a regular Docker client. You can then pull the images from the registry to a vSphere Integrated Containers Engine virtual container host (VCH).
Log in to the vSphere Integrated Containers Registry interface at https://vic_appliance_address:443.
If the registry is configured so that only administrators can create projects, use the
adminaccount, or an account with Administrator privileges. If the vSphere Integrated Containers appliance uses a different port for vSphere Integrated Containers Registry, replace 443 with the appropriate port.
- Click Projects on the left, then click the + Project button.
- Provide a name for the project.
(Optional) Check the Public check box to make the project public.
If you set the project to Public, any user can pull images from this project. If you leave the project set to Private, only users who are members of the project can pull images. You can toggle projects from public to private, or the reverse, at any moment after you create the project.
- Click OK.
When you create a new project, you are automatically assigned the Project Admin role for that project.
The project is added to the list of projects. You can browse existing projects by limiting the list to only display public projects, or filter the list by entering text in the Filter text box.
What to Do Next
You can add users to the project, push images to the project, browse the repositories that the project contains, view the project logs, and set up image replication.