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How to trigger a BitBucket pipeline when a Docker image is updated ?

Docker hub has a webhooks feature.  (Located at 


relative to the image's URL.)  When a new image is pushed, the webhook is triggered. 

It would be useful to have a Docker webhook trigger a BitBucket pipeline build.  That way if a change to an image impacted a build the team could be promptly alerted to the change.

I know that BitBucket supports initiating/sending webhooks; is there also a mechanism for receiving/responding to them?

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