Posts with the “Containers” tag


In this article we’ll see how to deploy container images from a GitLab private registry into Kubernetes.

Public container images, in registries like Docker Hub, can be deployed easily without needing to provide any credentials. Kubernetes Deployments (and other objects like StatefulSets) simply need the image, i.e. informaticsmatters/neo4j:3.5.20. However, images resident on a private registry will require you to deploy an ImagePullSecret that Kubernetes uses to pull the image.

Kubernetes documentation describes such secrets with a section explaining how they can be created from the command-line.

Here we provide a brief cheat-sheet that explains how to create a pull-secret using GitLab and then use that in a Deployment.