What is kaniko?
A tool to build container images from a Dockerfile, inside a container or Kubernetes cluster. kaniko doesn't depend on a Docker daemon and executes each command within a Dockerfile completely in userspace. This enables building container images in environments that can't easily or securely run a Docker daemon, such as a standard Kubernetes cluster.
kaniko is a tool in the Container Tools category of a tech stack.
kaniko is an open source tool with 5.3K GitHub stars and 497 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to kaniko's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses kaniko?
3 companies reportedly use kaniko in their tech stacks, including kid17, Cookielab's stack, and Platform.
Why developers like kaniko?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use kaniko
- Build container images in environments that can't easily or securely run a Docker daemon, such as a standard Kubernetes cluster
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