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CoreOS Security Feb 12
Container Linux updates are rolling with a fix addressing CVE-2019-5736. Read the release notes at
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CoreOS Security Feb 11
A vulnerability was discovered in runc, the underlying container runtime for docker, CVE-2019-5736. Container Linux is building images and expects updates to be available soon.
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CoreOS, Inc. Jan 11
These six guideposts for 2019 discuss more automation around operations, hybrid serverless, and more, via
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Rob Szumski Dec 17
If you missed my Kubecon keynote on Maturing Kubernetes Operators, stream it now: . Get started with the Operator Framework with this guide that walks through everything:
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CoreOS, Inc. Dec 18
ICYMI check out & of on discussing extending with Operators and taking out complexity of packaging, deploying and managing a Kubernetes app
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The New Stack Dec 13
The Etcd Database Joins the Cloud Native Computing Foundation
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CoreOS, Inc. Dec 13
: discusses how an Operator can help you enable flexible architectures, on any distributed system, with more flexibility. Get started with Operators
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CoreOS, Inc. Dec 13
Uber M3 team discusses creating an Operator to listen and observe, and make adjustments based on desired state.
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Kubernetes Dec 12
during all of the + fun ➡️ check out & 's dive into ": current status & future roadmap," including the project's journey to the Incubator 👏🏽
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CoreOS, Inc. Dec 11
: and discuss 's history and etcd now as a project. Milestones: 469 contributors 21,627 GitHub stars 157 releases 14,825 commits 4,310 forks 9 maintainers representing 8 companies
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CoreOS, Inc. Dec 11
Red Hat contributes , an open source project that is a key component of , to the !
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Red Hat, Inc. Dec 10
We're collaborating with a group of industry leaders to advance through our commitment to . Learn more here:
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CoreOS Security Dec 7
privilege escalation (CVE-2018-1002105) update available for Tectonic users. Apply the update to your clusters by clicking “Check for Update” in your cluster settings:
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CoreOS Security Dec 4
privilege escalation CVE-2018-1002105: update for Tectonic users is in testing/validation and we will publish an update once it is available soon. To learn more in the meantime, visit
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CoreOS, Inc. Dec 3
What’s new in 1.13? It includes updates to make declarative changes safer. And, Container Storage Interface (CSI) support is GA and Kubelet Device Plugin Registration is GA. Check it out:
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CoreOS, Inc. Nov 14
Replying to @ThisIsSuman
Could you please share an email address? A team member is happy to contact you directly.
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CoreOS, Inc. Oct 10
Red Hat Container Platform 3.11 brings to bear the first slate of CoreOS capabilities in the industry's comprehensive enterprise platform, including Operators, Kubernetes-native metrics/alerts, a new admin-focused console, and more.
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CoreOS, Inc. Sep 27
We’re celebrating this week’s release of 1.12. Learn about what is new, such as improving TLS bootstrapping, better multitenancy, maturing autoscaling, and more
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Red Hat OpenShift Sep 21
We're excited to introduce Red Hat Quay, learn more:
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CoreOS, Inc. Aug 22
Make a Operator in 15 minutes with Helm and re-use your existing charts
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