Deploy Docker images from public & private registries
There are some images out there that I would like to be able to deploy in a single step, eg databases like https://hub.docker.com/_/neo4j/.
Or if I'm using GitHub/GitLab CI/CD, I should be able to pull my image directly from their registries with the appropriate credentials.
Ballpark estimate when this might be released? Is it a few weeks or a few months away?
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Meagan Gamache: this made my whole day. 😁
Meagan Gamache: What is the timeframe for this?
Franklin Kumro Jr
How about an update on this Anurag Goel? Is this going to be a 3 year old request?
Would love to migrate across from fly.io, the experience with them has been nothing but trouble. That said, this is vital.
Actually, I don't even need render.com to pull from an external Docker registry. I just need to be able to push to the render.com registry, which is what we do with fly.io. Our CI builds our images.
Anurag Goel can we get an update on this one? Obviously I have no context to your infrastructure but deploying a docker image from a remote registry seem like low hanging fruit?
It also helps solve a number of other feature requests in the planned column since it allows us to just use our own build machines.
Another bump. I'm really surprised this doesn't already exist. It seems easier to deploy Docker apps from a registry rather than building them from Dockerfiles. It also makes any CI/CD workflow with Docker necessitate double-building (building in CI and in Render).
Bump on this. Would really like to use my own build machines to navigate a ton of other issues in the "Planned" sections.
I've had issues already with build timeouts, running out of memory, and random build errors that I can't repro locally via docker. This would resolve all of them
Franklin Kumro Jr
Where does this land priority wise in the ever growing list of "Planned" features? It would help if the list had some sort of priority. Thanks!
This would also be a decent patch for the crappy build machines. Currently releasing our rust backend takes more than 40m...