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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. Jun 4
Now available: 4, the next generation of the industry's most comprehensive enterprise platform. This release realizes the Red Hat and CoreOS vision of delivering automated operations
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CoreOS, Inc. May 28
ICYMI check out the new docs and landing page at
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CoreOS, Inc. May 23
Three predictions in observability with and 1-more correlation between pillars, 2-new signals & new analysis, 3-rise of index-free log aggregation
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Red Hat, Inc. May 21
Today we announce our participation in the Service Mesh Interface (SMI) project, a collaboration with Microsoft and others on a specification to make it easier for service meshes to run on .
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CoreOS Security May 15
Container Linux updates are rolling out to address the MDS vulnerabilities. Release notes at . Full mitigation requires manually disabling SMT; see .
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CoreOS, Inc. May 8
Introducing 4, the next generation of the industry's most comprehensive enterprise platform. Learn about how 4 is realizing the Red Hat and CoreOS vision
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Quay May 1
Introducing Quay 3: featuring support for + multiple architectures & a new RHEL base image. Learn more
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CoreOS, Inc. Apr 8
Today contributes CRI-O, a container runtime for , as an incubating project in the . Get involved
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CoreOS, Inc. Apr 3
Operators are a way of packaging, deploying and managing Kubernetes applications, with . Here are some ways Operators are important for a self-managed, cloud-like experience
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CoreOS, Inc. Mar 25
What’s new in 1.14? Expanded ecosystem, enhanced customizability, and increased stability.
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CoreOS, Inc. Mar 7
Learn about how used Operators and the Operator to fill a DevOps gap via
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Kubernetes Mar 4
Did you catch the latest post on the blog? invites the community to build a vibrant community for by developing, packaging, and publishing Operators on
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CoreOS, Inc. Feb 28
Introducing -- a new home for the community to share Operators. Find an existing Operator or list your own today.
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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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