How do I set up my serverless container?


- A Container image saved in a Container Registry (e.g. Docker Hub). For this demo, we've used the image we created in the manual on How to create a container image.

- (Optional) A private registry source URL, access token username password.

Step 1: Create a namespace.

Go to and select "Serverless containers".2. Cloud portal start page serverless containers demo user.png

Then, click on "Add Namespace", select the pricing plan, a name and description for your Namespace and select Add Namespace.

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Congratulations! You've set up your namespace. 


Step 2 (optional): Add a private registry.

Open the registries tab and select "Add Registry".

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Fill in the registry name, the registry source URL, access token username password. 

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Then select "Add Registry" at the bottom of the page.

And you're done with adding a registry too! 


Step 3: Add the container.

Select the "Add Container" option on the containers tab and fill in the required information.  

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After that, just click on the 'Add Container' button and you're good to go!

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In just minutes your container will be up and running.

If you click on the link shown on your container's overview page, you'll be able to reach it right away!

In our case, since we used the demo image, we're seeing this "beautiful" website.

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Have fun setting up your containers! If you have any questions or remarks, please reach out to our support team. For more information about our Serverless Containers platform, check out the product page.

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