11 May '16, 6am

nice new experimental feature in @openshift origin to import docker-compose templates

https://github.com/openshift/origin/pull/7690 introduces a new command in 'oc' to convert a Docker Compose application to a Kubernetes+OpenShift application (including build and deployment pipelines, so you have a reproducible app). This is currently experimental, and we'd love to get feedback on bugs and features that would be useful. To import a compose file, run: oc import docker-compose -f <path_to_compose_file> which will create OpenShift builds, deployments, and services to host the application on OpenShift. The following features should be enabled: * Each service in the compose file is converted to its own deployment config * Containers that share volumes or the local network are colocated in the same pod * Environment values are copied * Each deployment config gets a Kubernetes service created that serves the ports exposed by each compose service * For each "build"...

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