Before we start using Thamos, let's give a couple of minutes for the environment to setup.
Next we could go ahead and install
Thamos CLI -
pip3 install thamos
Now that all that is done, let's check what Thamos offer-
You should see something like this -
Bravo if you made it till here! We are almost done with the setup. Last step is cloning out our demo app - Link
git clone https://github.com/thoth-station/s2i-example.git && cd s2i-example
You can see all the files, that our sample repo contains in the Katacoda editor.
Now let's check out our sample application -
And to check all the direct dependencies it needs using -