- First, you can now pull images from Amazon Elastic Container Registry (ECR), including both the CF2021 image and 2018, as well as the add-on and PMT images for CF2021. These are official Adobe images, to be clear. A simple example--that works today--and will give you the CF2021 update 1 image is the following: docker pull public.ecr.aws/adobe/coldfusion:latest
- Second, soon you will be able to download them from DockerHub as well ("the way it's supposed to be", some would say). No date set for that, but indications are that it will be "very soon", according to Adobe. Update: As of June 22, 2021 Adobe has now created a repo on Dockerhub. For now, there are no images there yet, as of a check on July 6, 2021. But keep an eye on it, as it seems they will appear soon.
- Update: As of a check July 6. 2021, the bintray repo is indeed no longer available. That said, you can still use the images you may have pulled, even using the eaps.bintray.com/coldfusion repo name prefix before the image names. It's only pull requests that will fail. Going forward, use the other options above. Here's what I had written back on June 17:
Finally, despite what the Adobe and Bintray sites said about the May 1 "closure" of bintray, saying that images would be inaccessible after that date, Docker images at Bintray DO remain available for now. This includes CF2021 update 1, CF2018 update 11, CF2016 update 17, and more, so existing docker pulls against those do still work, at least as I write today, June 17 2021
Both the first two were mentioned in a comment yesterday on the Adobe CF forums.
And I discovered how the continued Bintray image availability while writing up this post to share the news about those other two!
For more information, including additional background on this transition, more on using the ECR images, and still more links to resources discussing these things, including docs on using the Adobe CF images that many never seem to notice, read on. (I also did an "in brief" version of this post on the Adobe CF portal, where I share the "least you need to know" above. Again, for the rest which should be interesting stuff for many, read on.)