Saving A SQL Server Image In The Azure Container Repository

Andrew Pruski shows us how to store Docker images in Azure:

I’m going to push my custom dbafromthecold/sqlserverlinuxagent image. It’s a public image so if you want to use it, just run: –

docker pull dbafromthecold/sqlserverlinuxagent:latest

So similar to pushing to the Docker hub, we need to tag the image with the login server name that we retrieved a couple of commands ago and the name of the image: –

docker tag dbafromthecold/sqlserverlinuxagent apcontainerregistry01.azurecr.io/sqlserverlinuxagent:latest

Read on for a full example.

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