I might not fully understand this but I shall try and explain. My aim is to disable the urls that are generated for services and container endpoints in docker cloud.
It is my understanding that unless you publish the port only other local containers on the host can access that port. However Docker Cloud creates a service endpoint url for every port exposed by the docker containers as defined in their dockerfile. I do not like the idea that some of my containers which i expect to be accessible only locally are exposed publicly via Docker Clouds url.
I understand that the service urls are generated, however they are still accessible publicly.
Can I disable the automatic generation of service endpoints, or have them locked down behind authentication hence only I can log in, (I would prefer the former).
Any clarity on this subject would be appreciated.