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!! DISCONTINUED !!

This project has been discontinued

Most of the work from this has been tranformed into new project called Kedge

OpenCompose

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OpenCompose is a declarative higher level abstraction for specific Kubernetes resources.

A developer shouldn't have to learn various Kubernetes concepts just to test and deploy their applications. Focus on the application that is being developed.

The goal of OpenCompose is to make it easier for developers to on-board to Kubernetes.

We are at a very evolving stage of this project and we have listed some of our ideas as issues and examples. We are open to suggestions and contributions from the Kubernetes community as our project grows. Please send any PRs, issues or RFCs to improve this project.

Use Case

Go from a simple hello-nginx.yaml example to a full Kubernetes environment:

Create (or download) hello-nginx.yaml

version: 0.1-dev
services:
- name: helloworld
  containers:
  - image: nginx
    ports:
    - port: 80:8080
      type: external

Convert the file using opencompose

opencompose convert -f hello-nginx.yaml
# Alternatively, you can pass the URL of the remote file
opencompose convert -f https://raw.githubusercontent.com/redhat-developer/opencompose/master/examples/hello-nginx.yaml

Deploy your generate artifacts to Kubernetes with kubectl

kubectl create -f helloworld-service.yaml -f helloworld-deployment.yaml

Installation

Binary installation

The easiest way to install OpenCompose is through our binary on our GitHub release page.

# Linux 
curl -L https://github.com/redhat-developer/opencompose/releases/download/v0.2.0/opencompose-linux-amd64 -o opencompose

# macOS
curl -L https://github.com/redhat-developer/opencompose/releases/download/v0.2.0/opencompose-darwin-amd64 -o opencompose

# Windows
curl -L https://github.com/redhat-developer/opencompose/releases/download/v0.2.0/opencompose-windows-amd64.exe -o opencompose.exe

chmod +x ./opencompose
sudo mv ./opencompose /usr/local/bin/opencompose

Go (from source)

To test the latest changes (as our project is still in it's infancy), a simple go get is all you need to get the latest source.

go get -u github.com/redhat-developer/opencompose

Although the binary is installed via go get. In order to create a properly signed build (ex. opencompose version), you will have to build it with make bin:

go get -u github.com/redhat-developer/opencompose
make bin

Shell autocompletion

We support both Bash and Zsh autocompletion.

# Bash (add to .bashrc for persistence)
source <(opencompose completion bash)

# Zsh (add to .zshrc for persistence)
source <(opencompose completion zsh)

Documentation

Community

We always welcome your feedback and thoughts on the project! Come and join our mailing list - opencompose [at] googlegroups.com. We also hangout on slack.k8s.io (#sig-apps).