kompose is a tool to help users familiar with docker-compose move to Kubernetes. It takes a Docker Compose file and translates it into Kubernetes resources.

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There are some projects out there known to use Kompose integrated in some form or another

Kompose UI by Jad Chamoun (ICANN) and Joe Haddad (Anghami)

Description: “A web interface to convert Docker Compose files to Kubernetes YAML”

Link: https://github.com/JadCham/komposeui

Kompose Docker Container by Cloudfind

Description: “A Docker container for the Kompose translator for docker-compose”

Link: https://github.com/cloudfind/kompose-docker

KPM by CoreOS

Description: “KPM is a tool to deploy and manage application stacks on Kubernetes”

Link: https://github.com/coreos/kpm

Docker Image for Adobe Enterprise Manager by Adfinis SyGroup AG

Description: “Docker Image for Adobe Enterprise Manager”

Link: https://github.com/adfinis-sygroup/aem-docker/tree/master

Kompose Ansible Playbook by Chris Houseknecht (Red Hat)

Description: “Download and unarchive the latest kompose release asset for your OS”

Link: https://github.com/chouseknecht/kompose-install-role

Fabric8 Maven Plugin by Red Hat

Description: “Maven is one of the widely used build tools for Java applications. The Fabric8 Maven Plugin is a maven extension that simplifies the deployment of Java applications to Kubernetes or OpenShift cluster. The main task of this plugin is to build Docker images, generate Kubernetes or OpenShift resource descriptors and run/deploy the application on Kubernetes or OpenShift cluster. Plugin has wide range of configuration options. Docker Compose is one of the option to bring up deployments on Kubernetes or OpenShift cluster. Technically, Fabric8 Maven Plugin processes the external docker-compose.yml file and generates Kubernetes or OpenShift resources via Kompose.”