Poco will help you to organise and manage Docker, Docker-Compose, Kubernetes projects of any complexity using simple YAML config files to shorten the route from finding your project to initialising it in your local environment.
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POCO

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Poco helps to organise and manage Docker, Docker-Compose, Kubernetes projects of any complexity using simple YAML config files to shorten the route from finding your project to initialising it in your local environment.

  • Simple. Configure, run and switch between projects with a very simple command line interface.
  • Flexibility. Manage, scale, maintain projects of any complexity with ease.
  • Configure Once, Use Everywhere. Configure project once so the rest of your team will feel the value of zero configuration.

Features

  • Docker, Docker-Compose, Kubernetes, Helm support out of the box.
  • Git, SVN support out of the box.
  • Project Catalog, Multiple Catalogues. Create your own project catalog. Organise and your projects without additional tools.
  • Multiple Plans. Create multiple plans for different environments or even environments for demo purposes. Switch between plans (environments) with ease.
  • Simple Config Files. Poco helps to split config files, so it is easy to maintain and scale them any time.
  • Script Support (Hooks). Add additional scripts any time.

Documentation

All documentation is available on proco.app

Requirements

  • Git or SVN
  • SSH
  • Docker (17.0.0 or higher version is recommended)
  • kubectl, for Kubernetes support
  • helm, for helm functionality support

Quick start

Install poco:

$:~ pip install poco

Init project:

$:~ mkdir my-project
$:~ cd my-project
$:~ poco init

poco.yml and docker-compose.yml example files will be created.

Start project:

$:~ poco up

Before adding your project to Poco Repo create new empty git repository, add repository to your local Poco Repo config:

$:~ poco repo add <name> <git-url>

Now you can add you project to repo:

$:~ poco project add [<target-dir>] [<catalog>]

Publish your changes:

$:~ poco repo push

Stop your project:

$:~ poco stop

Licence

MIT Copyright (c) 2017-present, Shiwaforce.com