Docker Admin is an early access product.
It's currently available to all company owners and organization owners that have a Docker Business or Docker Team subscription. You can still manage companies and organizations in Docker Hub. For details about managing companies or organizations in Docker Hub, see Administration and security.
Use domain management to manage your domains for Single Sign-On and SCIM.
Sign in to Docker Adminopen_in_new.
Select your company in the left navigation drop-down menu, and then select Domain management.
Select Add a domain.
Continue with the on-screen instructions to get a verification code for your domain as a TXT Record Value.
Format your domains without protocol or www information, for example,
yourcompany.example. This should include all email domains and subdomains users will use to access Docker, for example
us.yourcompany.example. Public domains such as
outlook.com, etc. aren’t permitted.
Once you have waited 72 hours for the TXT Record verification, you can then select Verify next to the domain you've added, and follow the on-screen instructions.
Make sure that the TXT record name that you create on your DNS matches the domain you registered on Docker in Step 4. For example, if you registered the subdomain
us.yourcompany.example, you need to create a TXT record within the same name/zone
us. A root domain such as
yourcompany.exampleneeds a TXT record on the root zone, which is typically denoted with the
@name for the record.
Once you have waited 72 hours for the TXT record verification, you can then select Verify next to the domain you've added, and follow the on-screen instructions.