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CoreOS is a leader in the open source community and creator of CoreOS Tectonic, a secure and complete platform that extends Kubernetes with key enterprise features that ease container orchestration.

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Container management vendor CoreOS today released the latest update of its Tectonic platform, bringing the open-source Kubernetes based system to Microsoft's Azure cloud. The Tectonic 1.7 release is based on the upstream Kubernetes 1.7 project update that debuted at the end of June....
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In the race to move to hybrid cloud, enterprises are looking at containers to increase efficiency and developer productivity, according to a new study.
Of the more than 200 enterprise IT decision makers polled by CoreOS and 451 Research, their usage of containers was relatively even across the board. A quarter (24%) said they had a broad implementation of production applications, while 17% said they were still as the discovery and evaluation stage....

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Web compute server hoster DigitalOcean is adding block storage to its cloud-based Droplet servers.Digital Ocean offers Droplet virtual servers in the cloud for $5/month to $80/month depending on their configuration. The entry-level is 512MB RAM, 1 CPU, 20GB SSD and1TB transfer. At the $80 level you get 8GB, 4 CPUs, an 80GB SSD and 5TB transfer. The Droplets do have local, directly attached storage.It supports Linux and KVM, and FreeBSD, also CoreOS so customers can run apps on Droplet servers th...
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CoreOS on June 1 officially launched the Torus open-source distributed storage project for container deployment. Torus makes use of some existing CoreOS-led open-source efforts, including the etcd distributed key value store that is also a core component of the Kubernetes container orchestration system....
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The launch of the Cloud Native Foundation (CNF) last July caused a few stirs because it brought together a very wide range of companies, including AT&T, Box, Cisco, CoreOS, Docker, Google, IBM, Intel, Red Hat, Twitter and VMware. The idea behind the foundation is to “harmonize emerging technologies and foster innovation in container packaged, dynamically scheduled, and microservice-based application development and operations.”...
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Intel has backed the growth of software-defined infrastructure to bolster its management and orchestration position in the hybrid cloud market segment. The company announced the launch of Xeon processor E5-2600 v4 product family, and the SSD DC D3700 and D3600 Series, alongside industry partnerships with VMware and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. To boost its open-source credentials, Intel will also be collaborating with open-source players CoreOS and Mirantis. “Enterprises want to benefi...
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No fewer than 22 companies are coming together today to establish the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, a standards body that will provide shared governance for tools that companies can use when deploying applications in Linux containers — an alternative to longstanding virtual-machine technology. AT&T, Box, Cisco, Cloud Foundry, CoreOS, Cycle Computing, Docker, eBay, Goldman Sachs, Google, Huawei, IBM, Intel, Joyent, Kismatic, Mesosphere, Red Hat, Switch, Twitter, Univa, VMware, and Weaveworks...
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Researchers at the Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences in Norway have created a way to build cloud applications with a newly open-sourced OS that's as slender as can be. IncludeOS isn't in the same category as minimal operating systems like CoreOS, RancherOS, or Windows Nano Server. Instead it's one of a breed of systems, called unikernels, where the OS consists of a single application baked into a custom kernel that contains only the libraries needed to run that app. With I...
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I'm speaking at the New Structure Conference in San Francisco this week, and the common themes are the cloud and containers -- often interwined. The sense is that containers are exploding in use, with Docker, CoreOS, and Mesos becoming the new rock stars of cloud computing. Containers are great, and the cloud is great. But it's a mistake to conflate the two because it unnecessarily limits the power of containers to only one deployment model. Containers are an enabling technology build on familia...
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Dev-friendly cloud provider DigitalOcean is making FreeBSD available on the company’s cloud platform. The move makes DigitalOcean one of just a handful of cloud providers to offer the Unix-like operating system.The company said the move was made possible by a recent update to its datacentres’ backend codebase, particularly the release of its meta data service originally built to compliment the release of CoreOS....
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Since the official launch of its public cloud Compute Engine, Google had left the door open to alternatives to the traditional virtualization, such as containers. In turn, Google offers a Linux technology container on its cloud platform. After the announcement of its Amazon Web Services support in Docker Beanstalk, the Mountain View company has also decided to provide its cloud platform technology, albeit more indirectly through the support of the distribution Linux CoreOS....
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The Linux Foundation along with a number of enterprises, cloud service providers , telcos and vendors have banded together to form the Cloud Native Computing Foundation in a bid to standardise and advance Linux containerisation for cloud.The newly formed open source foundation, a Linux Foundation collaborative project, plans to create and drive adoption of common container technologies at the orchestration level, and integrate hosts and services by defining common APIs and standards....
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