Learn more about the NKS Private Registry, including an overview of the Private Registry features, and how to use the NKS Private Registry to easily launch your app on a Kubernetes cluster.
The private registry lets you push a Docker image or Helm chart directly to a Kubernetes cluster on NKS. This provides security and privacy for your app. It also makes it easy to migrate your app from your desktop or development server to the cloud, using NKS.
|Private Registry is currently in pre-release. This feature is not GA (Generally Available).|
Find Private Registry
Log in to your NKS account and go to Solutions > Private Registry. This Solutions page gives you an overview of your private registry images and charts. This is where you can install your private registry on an existing cluster.
Log In and Push an Image or Chart
The Private Registry page displays the Docker commands you can use to log in to your private registry, and to push an image or chart to your private registry.
Copy and paste these commands to your desktop or development server, and you’re all set.
If you like, NKS can perform a security scan on your image or chart before deploying it on your cluster. This scan will alert you to any potential security issues before you launch.
Click enable scanning to toggle this feature off and on.