Pushes an image to a docker registry. The default registry is docker.io but that can be overridden using the 'Docker Registry Address' environment instance property. Depending on the size of the image it is not uncommon for this operation to take several minutes to complete.
|Docker Server Address|
The IP address of the Docker server. Required if Docker Unix Socker is not set.
|Docker Port||FDDKR_DOCKER_PORT||No||The port the Docker service is listening on. Required if Docker Unix Socker is not set.|
|Docker Unix Socket||FDDKR_UNIX_SOCKET||No||The socket the Docker daemon listens on. Required if Docker Server and Docker Port are not set.|
Docker Registry Address
The registry address to use. If left blank, the default of docker.io will be used.
|Docker Registry User||FDDKR_DOCKER_REGISTRY_USER||Yes||The registry user to authenticate with.|
|Docker Registry Password||FDDKR_DOCKER_REGISTRY_PASSWORD||Yes||The registry user's password.|
|Image Name||FDDKR_INP_IMAGE_NAME||Yes||The name of the image/repository to push. This is the REPOSITORY column when the 'docker images' command is run.|
|Image Tag||FDDKR_INP_IMAGE_TAG||No||The specific tag to push. If blank, all tags for the image will be pushed.|
This operation doesn’t consume or produce any artifacts.
This operation delegates the selection to the workflow developer to determine.
This operation will execute on any one of the selected endpoints and will be random in the determination of which one.
Depending on the bandwidth and image size this operation may take several minutes to complete.