Integrating Docker Hub Private Repository

Upswift container update tool uses the Docker Hub access token to pull images from your private repository in order to deploy the container update on your devices. Make sure to create an access token and to provide it when creating the container update at Upswift dashboard. Follow the next steps to create an access token at the Docker Hub dashboard:

  1. Login to your account at https://hub.docker.com/

  2. Click on your username at the top right corner.

  3. Click on ‘Account Settings’, and move to the ‘Security’ section.

  4. Under the ‘Access Tokens’, click on the ‘New Access Token’ button.

  5. Enter the description for your access token (for example: ‘Upswift’) and click on the ‘Create’ button.

  6. Copy the access token to your clipboard (example of similar token: a0b35e8e-8ebb-49d0-8297-4fa407887e22).

  7. Go to Upswift Container updates section, and click on 'Add Account' button under the 'Container Details' section.

  8. Paste the access token under the 'Docker Hub Access Token'.

  9. Under the 'Account Display Name' enter any name that will be recognized as this Dockerhub account.

  10. Under the 'Docker Hub Username' parameter enter the Dockerhub account user name, it can be found under the account profile and at the top right corner of the page:

11. Click on 'Save account' and follow the instructions here to deploy your first Container Update.

Users with DockerHub organization account - please contact us at [email protected] to enable the support of organization account.