Dumb-init vs Spread: What are the differences?
Dumb-init: A minimal init system for Linux containers, by Yelp. dumb-init runs as PID 1, acting like a simple init system. It launches a single process and then proxies all received signals to a session rooted at that child process. Since your actual process is no longer PID 1, when it receives signals from dumb-init, the default signal handlers will be applied, and your process will behave as you would expect. If your process dies, dumb-init will also die, taking care to clean up any other processes that might still remain; Spread: *CLI to deploy Docker to Kubernetes in one command *. Redspread is a command line tool that builds and deploys a Docker project to a Kubernetes cluster in one command.
Dumb-init and Spread can be categorized as "Container" tools.
Dumb-init and Spread are both open source tools. It seems that Dumb-init with 3.83K GitHub stars and 212 forks on GitHub has more adoption than Spread with 1.86K GitHub stars and 84 GitHub forks.