Kompose - Installation


We have multiple ways to install Kompose. Our preferred (and most up-to-date) method is downloading the binary from the latest GitHub release.

GitHub release

Kompose is released via GitHub, you can see all current releases on the GitHub release page.

Linux and macOS:

# Linux
curl -L https://github.com/kubernetes/kompose/releases/download/v1.30.0/kompose-linux-amd64 -o kompose

# macOS
curl -L https://github.com/kubernetes/kompose/releases/download/v1.30.0/kompose-darwin-amd64 -o kompose

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


Download from GitHub and add the binary to your PATH.


Installing using go install pulls from the main branch with the latest development changes.

go install github.com/kubernetes/kompose@latest


Kompose is in EPEL CentOS repository. If you don’t have EPEL repository already installed and enabled you can do it by running sudo yum install epel-release

If you have EPEL enabled in your system, you can install Kompose like any other package.

sudo yum -y install kompose


Kompose is in Fedora 24, 25 and 26 repositories. You can install it just like any other package.

sudo dnf -y install kompose


On macOS, you can install the latest release via Homebrew or MacPorts.

brew install kompose


Kompose can be installed via Chocolatey

choco install kubernetes-kompose

or using winget

winget install Kubernetes.kompose


You can build an image from the official repo for Docker or Podman:

docker build -t kompose https://github.com/kubernetes/kompose.git\#main

To run the built image against the current directory, run the following command:

docker run --rm -it -v $PWD:/opt kompose sh -c "cd /opt && kompose convert"