Thursday 20 March 2014

Docker Begins Straddling Free and Paid Services

"One of the most-requested features is private repos. Say you’re working on a project that you want to share with the world but is not yet ready for prime time. Now you can push your work-in-progress to a private repo on and invite only specific collaborators to pull from and push to it. When you’re ready, you can make your private repo public, and it’ll automatically be indexed and publicly searchable."

"All services on to this point have been freely available, and we feel this is important in fostering an active, growing community around Docker. For this reason, most of’s services will continue to be free but, as Ben has already publicly shared, to support continued investment in Docker we will over time offer optional pay-for services. Private repos is the first example of this."

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