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Kubernetes Tutorial: How to pull a private docker image in a pod

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Docker images that comprise a production application are often deployed to private repositories in Docker registries. Kubernetes provides a feature called imagePullSecrets that allows pods to pull private docker images. In this blog, we demonstrate how you can easily hookup imagePullSecrets to your pod using Shippable.

Creating an imagePullSecrets secret
imagePullSecrets is a type of a Kubernete Secret whose sole purpose is to pull private images from a Docker registry. It allows you to specify the Url of the docker registry, credentials for logging in and the image name of your private docker image.
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There are two ways an imagePullSecrets can be created.

Check out the full tutorial on Shippable

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