Cube manages services across hosts.
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README.md

Cube

Cube is a service and a command-line tool to manage cube-spec compliant applications.

Components

  • cube-cli: The cube command-line tool to talk to a Cube-Daemon.
  • cube-client: A Python client library and API definition for Cube-Daemon.
  • cube-daemon: The actual brainz with a REST API that manages services on a host.
  • cube-docker: Helper library to create Cube-compatible services based on Docker.
  • cube-spec: Documentation and implementation for the Cube service specification.

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