Docker-Sponsored Open Source Program
Docker Sponsored Open Source imagesopen_in_new are published and maintained by open-source projects sponsored by Docker through the program.
Images that are part of this program have a special badge on Docker Hub making it easier for users to identify projects that Docker has verified as trusted, secure, and active open-source projects.
The Docker-Sponsored Open Source (DSOS) Program provides several features and benefits to non-commercial open source developers.
The program grants the following perks to eligible projects:
- Repository logo
- Verified Docker-Sponsored Open Source badge
- Insights and analytics
- Vulnerability analysis
- Removal of rate limiting for developers
- Improved discoverability on Docker Hub
These benefits are valid for one year and publishers can renew annually if the project still meets the program requirements. Program members and all users pulling public images from the project namespace get access to unlimited pulls and unlimited egress.
DSOS organizations can upload custom images for individual repositories on Docker Hub. This lets you override the default organization-level logo on a per-repository basis.
Only a user with administrative access (owner or team member with administrator permission) over the repository can change the repository logo.
- The supported filetypes for the logo image are JPEG and PNG.
- The minimum allowed image size in pixels is 120×120.
- The maximum allowed image size in pixels is 1000×1000.
- The maximum allowed image file size is 5MB.
- Sign in to Docker Hubopen_in_new.
- Go to the page of the repository that you want to change the logo for.
- Select the upload logo button, represented by a camera icon ( ) overlaying the current repository logo.
- In the dialog that opens, select the PNG image that you want to upload to set it as the logo for the repository.
Select the Clear button ( ) to remove a logo.
Removing the logo makes the repository default to using the organization logo, if set, or the following default logo if not.
Docker verifies that developers can trust images with this badge on Docker Hub as an active open source project.
The insights and analytics service provides usage metrics for how the community uses Docker images, granting insight into user behavior.
The usage metrics show the number of image pulls by tag or by digest, and breakdowns by geolocation, cloud provider, client, and more.
You can select the time span for which you want to view analytics data. You can also export the data in either a summary or raw format.
Docker Scout provides automatic vulnerability analysis for DVP images published to Docker Hub. Scanning images ensures that the published content is secure, and proves to developers that they can trust the image.
You can enable analysis on a per-repository basis. For more about using this feature, see Basic vulnerability scanning.
Content publishers in the Docker-Sponsored Open Source Program receive 3 free Docker Team Seats
To qualify for the program, a publisher must share the project namespace in public repositories, meet the Open Source Initiative definitionopen_in_new, and be in active development with no pathway to commercialization.
Find out more by heading to the Docker-Sponsored Open Source Programopen_in_new application page.