Is it possible to use docker compose to build a swarm/kubernetes cluster?

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Jul 3 in Docker by Sam
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Yes, one can deploy a stack on Kubernetes with docker stack deploy command, the docker-compose.yml file, and the name of the stack.

Here's an example:

$docker stack deploy --compose-file /path/to/docker-compose.yml mystack

$docker stack services mystack

You can see the service deployed with the kubectl get services command 

$kubectl get svc,po,deploy
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