In this chapter, we looked at Kubernetes from the point of view of Docker desktop software. There is a lot more to Kubernetes than we have covered in this chapter, so please don't think this is all there is. After discussing the origins of Kubernetes, we looked at how you can enable it on your local machine using Docker for Mac or Docker for Windows.
We then discussed some basic usage of kubectl before looking at running how we can use docker stack commands to launch our applications as we did for Docker Swarm.
At the end of the chapter, we discussed Kompose, which is a tool under the Kubernetes project. It helps you convert your Docker Compose files for use with Kubernetes, allowing you to get a head start on moving your applications to pure Kubernetes.
In the next chapter, we are going to take a look at Docker on public clouds, such as Amazon Web Services, along...