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Kubic Project
An Project providing Container Platform technologies, including openSUSE MicroOS, Kubernetes, CRI-O and more
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Richard Brown Mar 25
Woo 1.18.0 released at 2038 Berlin time Packaged and Submitted to at 2102 Now for to do it's thing and confirm it works
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Kubic Project Mar 13
Heads Up! 1.18 is on the way and has been busy making sure people running 1.17 on will have a nice smooth upgrade path Be sure to read & follow the new upgrade docs we'll have when Kubic with Kubernetes 1.18 ships!
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Richard Brown Feb 13
More fun from colleagues during - Michal Jura from the CaaSP team just discovered the current Kubernetes stack works perfectly on Leap 15.2 Alpha..so we just submitted the whole stack for inclusion in Leap 15.2
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openSUSE MicroOS Feb 12
Ever wanted to boot or in 2.5 seconds? Fabian shares how in the latest blog post on
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Kubic Project Feb 12
Woah, wait a second, that means I’m a mainframe OS now too! Anyone want to run a huge amount of community developed kubernetes nodes on a ZSystem? Now you can!
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Kubic Project Feb 7
Woo Podman 1.8.0 was just released and and already have it packaged and on the way to ! Thanks Team!
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Dario Faggioli Feb 2
Yes we did! :-) (well, did, as the demo was pretty much entirely his doing) And the work --and the fun-- on this ha just started... :-D
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Kubic Project Feb 2
And they even demoed running on a Kubernetes 1.17 cluster It was so cool we’re thinking of offering support out of the box now!
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Michal Rostecki Jan 30
Join us tomorrow at the SDN room at . We will give a talk about and .
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Kubic Project Jan 23
Did you know with is a Certified Kubernetes solution? This even includes our new snapshots with k8s 1.17
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Richard Brown Jan 14
It cannot be stressed enough 's "toolbox" command is the coolest thing ever Have all the wonderful benefits of an immutable OS with read-only rootfs and atomic updates, but then get a nice read-write container for your debugging tools :)
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Kubic Project Jan 15
New Blog Post: Kubic with 1.17.0 Released!
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Kubic Project Jan 15
The chillest release, 1.17.0 is now part of ! Update your clusters today, or if you aren't using Kubic yet, download our ISOs or VM images and get deploying! (Bare Metal, Virtual, and Cloud all supported)
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Caleb Woodbine Jan 3
New post 'Single-node cluster Kubernetes on baremetal with openSUSE Kubic':
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Kubic Project Dec 5
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Richard Brown Nov 26
As lovely and powerful as Kubernetes is, charts like this are a reminder as to why modern infrastructure should be setup in a way that patching is smooth, easy, and quick - like in The mindset of “don’t touch it, it works” Enterprises is dangerous and must end
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Kubic Project Nov 15
New Blog Post: Private and Air-Gap registry for openSUSE Kubic
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Kubic Project Oct 25
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Lars Marowsky-Brée Oct 6
Our community in Indonesia showing off and on 's distribution :
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Kubic Project Oct 24
New Blog Post: "toolbox - bring your own (debugging) utilities with you
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