In this post, I will show you some useful commands and tips for managing your Sitecore containers, images and other docker resources that get created when standing up your containers. The Docker documentation is awesome but it is fairly extensive so I’ll cover some useful commands you should be familiar with.
PS> docker container ls – lists running containers by default, you need to use -a flag to list all containers not just running containers. You can use -f flag to filter containers.
PS> docker container ls -f “name=93x*”
If you want to see the most recently created use -l flag.
If you have built your Sitecore container images and they reside locally and you want to share them with your team the recommended approach is a private registry and there are a few services available. However, Azure Container Registry (ACR) allows you to store docker images in repositories and can take advantage of the azure pipelines to automatically rebuild these images when they need to be updated. In this post, I will show you how to push your local images to a private ACR. This also works if you need to move your images from one private registry to another.