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CoreOS, now part of , is an innovator of cloud native technologies and a major contributor to open source projects like
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CoreOS, Inc. Jul 11
Join us on Friday, July 27 at 9 AM PT for an briefing covering the latest on 1.11
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CoreOS, Inc. Jul 5
At this year's , and discussed how we are merging and technologies and the importance of for the ecosystem
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CoreOS, Inc. Jun 28
1.11 is here! Learn about the enhancements to Custom Resources, Pod Priority and Preemption, and more
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CoreOS, Inc. Jun 27
Where would you like to see CoreOS hosted - Github or Pagure? Cast your vote and help us decide!
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CoreOS, Inc. Jun 26
Check out what's coming in 1.11 this week
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CoreOS, Inc. Jun 22
Introducing the CoreOS project, and what it means for Container Linux and Red Hat CoreOS
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CoreOS, Inc. Jun 15
This week, and chatted about , the Operator Framework, and applying tech in an application-centric way with
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CoreOS, Inc. Jun 7
The Operator Metering project, designed to help gain more knowledge about the usage & costs to run and manage native applications, is now available. This joins the other Operator Framework components – SDK & Lifecycle Management.
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CoreOS, Inc. Jun 1
Today has grown and joins as an incubation-level project (no longer a sub-project under ). We've been helping users run Helm in a more automated fashion, have seen them connecting it to CI, or using the Helm Operator
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CoreOS, Inc. May 22
Join on Wednesday, May 23 at 9 AM PT for an briefing about the Operator Framework, an open source project that provides developer and runtime tools to accelerate the development of an Operator
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CoreOS, Inc. May 16
CoreOS technologies are being woven into the very fabric of Red Hat’s container-native products and projects and we are excited to continue delivering on the vision to make automated operations a reality. More details:
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Lachlan Evenson May 9
ICYMI: OSS Unboxing - / Operator Framework. Rapidly build, deploy and manage your Kubernetes Operators.
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CoreOS, Inc. May 9
Today at 3:30pm PT be sure to check out a session on the roadmap to learn about what’s next in integrating Tectonic features, and more
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CoreOS, Inc. May 9
Today at 11:45am & take the stage to discuss next steps for Container Linux, RHEL, Red Hat CoreOS, and more
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Alex Polvi May 8
This is how we’re bringing tech to – learn about what’s next for OpenShift, the open source community, Quay, and more
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CoreOS, Inc. May 8
Make sure to stop by CoreOS Booth 543 in Community Central all week long to say hi and hear the latest about CoreOS and Red Hat.
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CoreOS, Inc. May 8
Want to learn about the Operator Framework? Learn more about the open source toolkit designed to manage native applications and how to get involved
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CoreOS, Inc. May 8
Did you know: is an open source key value store developed by . notes at : it is reasonably fast, simple, efficient, and runs in a distributed manner. And, it is the backbone for . More about etcd:
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CoreOS, Inc. May 8
You won't want to miss a fireside chat today at 3:30pm PT with and . They'll dive into their long term views on where they see and going in the future
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CoreOS, Inc. May 8
: show how we plan to put Operators into practice. is working to enable software partners to test & validate their Operators for w/ 60+ partners committed to support the Operator Framework
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