Back in December at DockerCon Europe, we announced chained Webhooks. This enabled you to configure your deployment processes to continue only if the previous Webhook completed successfully.
Today we are excited to announce expanded Webhook capabilities. You can now set up Webhook subscriptions to repositories that you do not own but use. For example, when your favorite Official Repository is updated with a security patch you can automate your build and deploy processes to take advance of changes immediately.
Creating a Webhook subscription is easy. Just browse to your favorite repository and select the ‘Webhooks’ setting option and add the URL you would like Docker Hub to send a POST request to when a push happens.
For Webhooks for repositories that you own, easily test and debug your integrations by viewing the log history. Select “Notifications’ from Your Profile to manage your Webhook subscriptions and test that your endpoints are working properly.
Webhooks are available and accessible today from Docker Hub.