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Pushing a container to Azure Registry

Hello,

 

The documentation contains a variety of information for interacting with Azure in various ways, but I wasn't able to find a fairly basic thing: how to perform a Docker build that pushes to Azure registry.

 

It would be great to have a sample for a Docker build that does simply that: interacts with private docker registries from cloud providers.

 

Has anyone with more experience done this? I'm fairly new to Bitbucket builds.

 

Thanks

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Hi @Andrei Dascalu ,

please follow recommendations from the Microsoft Team:


If you’d like help with this pipe, or you have an issue or feature request, please contact us:

Option 1 - Azure portal: https://portal.azure.com

  • Go to Help+Support (at the left navigation)
  • Click “+New support request”
  • Choose Issue Type “Technical”
  • Choose Services “All Services”
  • Under “Developer Tools” choose “Azure DevOps Services”
  • Problem Type, choose “Pipelines”

Option 2 - Azure DevOps: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/support/create-ticket/

  • Choose Azure DevOps Support ticket ticket
  • Choose the “Create an incident” button
  • The screen will be pre populated with “Developer Tools” “Azure DevOps”.
  • Choose Pipelines as the category and follow the wizard.

If you’re reporting an issue, please include:

  • the version of the pipe
  • relevant logs and error messages
  • steps to reproduce

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