Announcing the Oracle Container Registry by Avi Miller

Posted: June 24, 2017 in Cloud, WebLogic
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We are pleased to announce the general availability of the Oracle Container Registry. The Container Registry is designed to provide simple access to Oracle products for use in Docker containers.                                        

The available products on the Oracle Container Registry include:

  • Oracle Linux 7, 6, and 5
  • Oracle JDK 8 (Server JRE)
  • Oracle WebLogic Server 12, Tuxedo, Coherence and the Fusion Middleware Web Tier
  • Oracle Database 12c Standard Edition 2 and Enterprise Edition
  • MySQL 5.7 Community Edition

Oracle will be expanding this list with additional products in the future.

Currently, access to the Oracle Container Registry is limited to customers in the United States, United Kingdom and Australia.

How do I login to the Oracle Container Registry?

Point your browser at If this is the first time you’re visiting the Container Registry, you will need to associate your existing Oracle SSO credentials or create a new account. Click the “Register” button and select either: “I Already Have an Oracle Single Sign On Account” to associate your existing account or “I Don’t Have an Oracle Single Sign On Account” to create a new account.

Once you have an account, click the login button to log into the Container Registry. You will be prompted to read and accept the license agreement. Note that acceptance of the license agreement is required to download images using the Docker command-line tool and that acceptance only persists for eight (8) hours.

After accepting the license, you can browse the available business areas and images to review which images you’d like to pull from the registry using the Docker client.

How do I pull images using the Docker client?

Once you’ve accepted the license via the web interface, you can login and pull images using the Docker client.

First, login to the Container Registry using the docker login command:

$ docker login

You should provide the same Oracle SSO credentials that were used to login to the web interface and accept the license. Once you have successfully logged in, you can pull images:

$ docker pull

Each image has its own documentation that can be reviewed via the Container Registry web interface. Read the complete article here.

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