In this chapter, we looked at several ways in which you can both manually and automatically build container images using Docker Hub. We discussed the various registries you can use besides Docker Hub, such as the Docker Store and Red Hat's container catalog.
We also looked at deploying our own local Docker Registry, and touched upon the considerations we need to make around storage when deploying one. Finally, we looked at Microbadger, a service that allows you to display information about your remotely hosted container images.
In the next chapter, we are going to look at how we can manage our containers from the command line.