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Before You Begin

These instructions describe how to push a Docker image from Codeship to Container Security.

These steps assume you are already comfortable using Codeship and are already pushing Docker images to a public or private registry. If you are already using Codeship, but have not built Docker container images, familiarize yourself with the Codeship documentation Pushing to a remote registry.


  1. Edit the codeship-services.yml file to use the Repository Name and Image Name specified in Container Security.



    image: repository_name/image_name

    dockerfile_path: Dockerfile

    Note: If this is the first time you are pushing an image into the repository, there is not a preconfigured Image Name. The Image Name will be added automatically after the push from Codeship.

  2. Edit the service section of the the codeship-steps.yml file to look similar to the following:


    app type: push

    image_name: repository_name/image_name


    encrypted_dockercfg_path: dockercfg.encrypted

    Codeship builds will now be sent to Container Security for storage, distribution, vulnerability scanning, and malicious code scanning.

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