Benefits of being part of an organization with Docker Team plan

Hi there,

my company now moves their developers into its organization account with a Docker Team plan. I am now member of it. Being now member of an organization with paid subscription my account is still “Personal”. I don’t see any benefit at all. I was thinking I can now also create as much private repos or use image scanning and so on.
On the other side it partially makes sense that my organization has now no limits in creating private (org) repos. But what about the Docker pull rate limits? With a Personal account I am still covered with this daily pull limit? This all makes no sense.
So what are the benefits for the actual user when joining a Docker Team plan?


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Wondering the same thing. It’s very unclear how to have an access token to do image pulls (in CI/CD) that inherits the benefits of the org’s plan.

EDIT: ok I found this snippet in the docs:

A user’s limit is equal to the highest entitlement of their personal account or any organization they belong to. To take advantage of this, you must log in to Docker Hub as an authenticated user.

source: Download rate limit | Docker Documentation