docker-compose support

Originally kubernetes offered Kompose, which lets you quickly ramp up to Kubernetes by turning your existing docker-compose.yml file into Kubernetes resources. At the end of 2018 docker announced Compose on Kubernetes. The Kompose team state that they’ll continue to support Kompose.


Push your first image to a private Docker container registry using the Docker CLI

Authenticate with Azure Container Registry from Azure Kubernetes Service

Getting Started with AKS and a private Azure Container Registry

edit with Visual Studio Code (VSCode)

Set the KUBE_EDITOR environment variable to code -w. Then you can do stuff like

kubectl edit deployment -n kube-system kube-dns-v20