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We need the ability to host custom Bitbucket Pipe images in our own private Docker registry

Right now images used for custom Bitbucket pipes are required to be public according to the documentation.

You don't have to use Dockerhub, if you have another service to host Docker images, but the image does have to be public.

For security reasons, it would nice to be able to host and use private images for pipes that are only used internally. 


I am not sure, whether i understood your question correctly. You are looking for using `provate docker images`?

If that so. The documentation says you can use it.


We support public and private Docker images including those hosted on Docker Hub, AWS, GCP, Azure and self-hosted registries accessible on the internet.


There is a section which dedicated to private docker images


Using private build images

I face the same problem, it is specifically about the image used as Bitbucket Pipe.
I have created an image that I would like to use as a pipe but I can't add username and password like I'm used to under the image: section.
Is there a workaround for this already?


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