That sounds promising.
Is Docker Push likely to be something that other people are going to be using, as I have not heard of it?
I often add information to my website, if its likely someone might find it helpful. Its quite difficult to find stuff on the forum search.
I either link to the forum post, or copy the info onto a separate page.
I don't think normal users would Keith.
As it happens, I work in the field of cloud computing, and most of my time I work remotely - Most members of my team do these days, and certainly people who work in the field do too.
Container technology like Docker has been around for a while.
Anybody working with similar tech (software engineers, testers, devops, infrastructure teams etc) will find themselves in a situation where they (or their continuous integration tools) will be pushing software images to the cloud.
If like me they are working remotely, and they are prototyping a solution, they might end up finding their router crashing when pushing images to the cloud, and spending a couple of hours trying to work out where it all went wrong.
Percentage of people in a similar situation ... who knows, less than 0.01%? - but if my post can help a soul, my purpose is fulfilled.
Thanks for that information,
I will just put a link to this thread in my bookmarks, in case anyone else asks about it.