Container guides for GitHub Packages
You can publish and retrieve Docker images using GitHub Packages.
Configuring Docker for use with GitHub Packages→
You can configure the Docker client to use GitHub Packages to publish and retrieve docker images.
About GitHub Container Registry→
You can use GitHub Container Registry to seamlessly host and manage Docker container images in your organization or personal user account on GitHub. GitHub Container Registry allows you to configure who can manage and access packages using fine-grained permissions.
Migrating to GitHub Container Registry for Docker images→
If you've used the GitHub Packages Docker registry to store Docker images, you can migrate to the new container registry.
Enabling improved container support→
To use GitHub Container Registry, you must enable it for your user or organization account.
Configuring access control and visibility for container images→
Choose who has read, write, or admin access to your container image and the visibility of your container images on GitHub.
Connecting a repository to a container image→
You can link a repository with a container image locally and on GitHub.
Pushing and pulling Docker images→
You can store and manage Docker images in GitHub Container Registry.
Deleting a container image→
You can delete a specific version or all versions of a private or public container image on GitHub.