Register your own Docker image with ECR using AWS CLI

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Push a locally created Docker image to ECR using the AWS CLI


· AWS CLI version 2 ・ Docker image created

Registration procedure

Here's a summary of Pushing images to Amazon Elastic Container Registry It is what I did. There were times when I couldn't pass the command, so I've written about it.


--Access key ID --Secret access key --AWS Region --Output format

It is recommended to specify --profile as shown below when configuring. Here, I named it prf-name.

aws configure --profile prf-name

If you set this, when you use the aws command, if you specify the setting information created with --profile like the following, you can easily tell the command where you want to access. is.

aws s3 ls --profile prf-name

If you do not specify --profile, you will not be able to specify the authentication information as shown below, so be careful with aws configure first.

Unable to locate credentials. You can configure credentials by running "aws configure"

If you want to check the list of created profiles, execute the following. This is convenient when you forget the name you set.

aws configure list-profiles

Create an Amazon ECR repository

aws ecr create-repository --repository-name your-repository-name --region region --profile prf-name

your-repository-name: Favorite repository name region: Region (eg ap-northeast-1)

There is no description on the official website, but if you do not describe --profile, the authentication error message mentioned earlier will be displayed.

Tag the image and push it to Amazon ECR

    1. Create an Amazon ECR repository
aws ecr create-repository --repository-name hello-repository --region region

hello-repository: repository name region: Region (eg ap-northeast-1) output:

    "repository": {
        "registryId": "aws_account_id",
        "repositoryName": "hello-repository",
        "repositoryArn": "arn:aws:ecr:region:aws_account_id:repository/hello-repository",
        "createdAt": 1505337806.0,
        "repositoryUri": ""
    1. Tag the hello-world image with the value of repositoryUri from the previous step.
docker tag hello-world
    1. Run the aws ecr get-login-password command
aws ecr get-login-password --profile prf-name | docker login --username AWS --password-stdin


Login Succeeded
  1. Push the image to Amazon ECR using the value repositoryUri from the previous step.
docker push
  1. Confirmation of pushed image Check the pushed images using list-images
aws ecr list-images --repository-name hello-repository --region region --profile prf-name

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