TrueCharts Integrates Docker Compose with TrueNAS SCALE

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  • truecharts

    Community App Catalog for TrueNAS SCALE [Moved to: https://github.com/truecharts/charts]

    TrueNAS SCALE is scale-out storage and hyperconverged infrastructure that uses Kubernetes for deploying containerized (e.g. Docker) applications. Kubernetes allows single containers or pods of containers to be easily deployed as Helm Charts on a unified infrastructure. Third-party App catalogs such as TrueCharts provide a large, pre-tested library of applications built using Helm Charts.

  • kubernetes

    Production-Grade Container Scheduling and Management

    TrueNAS SCALE is scale-out storage and hyperconverged infrastructure that uses Kubernetes for deploying containerized (e.g. Docker) applications. Kubernetes allows single containers or pods of containers to be easily deployed as Helm Charts on a unified infrastructure. Third-party App catalogs such as TrueCharts provide a large, pre-tested library of applications built using Helm Charts.

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  • helm

    The Kubernetes Package Manager

    TrueNAS SCALE is scale-out storage and hyperconverged infrastructure that uses Kubernetes for deploying containerized (e.g. Docker) applications. Kubernetes allows single containers or pods of containers to be easily deployed as Helm Charts on a unified infrastructure. Third-party App catalogs such as TrueCharts provide a large, pre-tested library of applications built using Helm Charts.

  • Docker Compose

    Define and run multi-container applications with Docker

    Docker Compose is a very popular orchestration tool that has been used for many years by the Docker Community. However, Docker Compose and Kubernetes do not co-exist easily on a single system. Until now, pre-existing Docker Compose files (yml) were not supported on TrueNAS SCALE without breaking recommended operating guidelines. Users would have to run a separate Linux VM with Docker to support any Compose-based applications. This would consume extra CPU and RAM and would make the operator experience much less consistent.

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