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To try and keep up with the times, I've recently been dabbling with Kubernetes as part of a hack day. Great technology and it is gathering real traction in the Docker/container world.
As part of CI I wanted to use a Docker image which had the Azure CLI and
kubectl baked in. I found the official Microsoft one, but it didn't have
kubectl. So I rolled my own (pretty basic as you can see). Dockerfile below and link to it on Docker Hub.
FROM microsoft/azure-cli:latest LABEL maintainer="<[email protected]>" RUN wd=`pwd` && \ wget https://storage.googleapis.com/kubernetes-release/release/v1.6.4/bin/linux/amd64/kubectl && \ export PATH=$PATH:$wd && \ chmod +x ./kubectl
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