How to connect my docker image to my kubernetes cluster?

I have a simple play project, and I created a docker image for it.

I created the image like:

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  • One Solution collect form web for “How to connect my docker image to my kubernetes cluster?”

    kubectl run <app name> --image=<image name from jfrog>

    If you want to automatically fetch the image name and start the container, you can run a special container that will fetch the image names

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