Managing Docker Credentials

Use these tutorials to add, edit, and delete Docker credentials in Saagie projects.

Adding Docker Credentials

  1. Click the The "Projects" module icon is a folder. Projects module from the primary navigation menu.
    Your project library opens and lists the projects you’ve created.

  2. Click a project.
    The project opens on its job library.

    Navigate to your project

  3. Click docker Docker credentials from the secondary navigation menu.
    The page opens with the list of existing credentials.

  4. Click New credentials to add new Docker credentials.
    A panel opens that you can edit.

  5. Enter the required information.

    The Credentials type field offers two options: Docker Hub and Private Docker Registry.
    If you choose Private Docker Registry, you will need to provide information about your registry.
  6. Click Save to confirm the creation.

    Your Docker credentials are now saved in your project and can be used in jobs and custom apps.

To delete Docker credentials, click the credentials you want to delete. In the right-hand panel that opens, scroll to the bottom and click delete Delete Credentials. A confirmation message appears, click Delete again to confirm the deletion.
Be careful, because there is no progress bar to cancel the deletion once it is confirmed. In addition, deleting credentials used by jobs or custom apps can cause them problems.

Modifying Docker Credentials Information

Whenever you change your Docker credentials on Docker Hub, you must update them in your Saagie project.

  1. Click the The "Projects" module icon is a folder. Projects module from the primary navigation menu.
    Your project library opens and lists the projects you’ve created.

  2. Click a project.
    The project opens on its job library.

    Navigate to your project

  3. Click docker Docker credentials from the secondary navigation menu.
    The page opens with the list of existing credentials.

  4. Click the Docker credentials you want to change in the list.
    A panel opens that you can edit.

  5. Change the Credentials type, the Registry if it is a private Docker registry, the Username, and the Password as needed.

  6. Click Save to save your changes.