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Getting started with Kompose

Getting started with Kompose

We have written about Kompose earlier here , when it was as young as 0.1.0. This blog post will showcase where Kompose stands now.

Kompose is a tool that converts a Docker Compose file to Kubernetes or OpenShift artifacts. Kompose was originally started as an onboarding tool for Kubernetes users by Skippbox (now part of Bitnami). It went on to receive early contributions from both Google and Red Hat.

Kompose has graduated from the Kubernetes Incubator, we reached the epic milestone of 1.0.0, and so it’s now officially part of the Kubernetes Community Project.

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