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CoreOS Debuts Version 1.0 of rkt Open Source Container System

Feb 5, 2016 0 1035

CoreOS‘s answer to Docker containers, rkt, hit version 1.0 this week, signaling the beginning of what CoreOS hopes will become widespread adoption of its open source container platform within the enterprise. CoreOS began developing rkt (short for ...

CoreOS Delivers rkt Container Runtime 1.0: Ready for Production

Feb 4, 2016 0 708

Software container infrastructure company delivers rkt container runtime 1.0 for security, efficiency and composability for production environments in the enterprise Robust rkt ecosystem emerges to make running rkt in production simple   San Francisco – February 4, ...

CoreOS releases Tectonic to General Availability

Nov 3, 2015 0 1448

After months if not years of development and beta testing with many users CoreOS is taking the wraps off its Tectonic  complete container infrastructure stack. We have reported several times on Tectonic as it has passed through ...

CoreOS teams with Intel to make Rocket containers more secure

Sep 2, 2015 0 2078

CoreOS is working with Intel to make its container platform more secure. CoreOS recently revealed that it is adding support for Intel Clear Containers to its Rocket (rkt) container environment. Containers have taken the world by storm ...

Google Kubernetes v1.0 released – it just got real

Jul 22, 2015 0 1792

Today the good folks at Google Cloud Platform announced the release of Kubernetes v1.0. While acknowledging that there is still much work to be done, this milestone means Kubernetes is ready for production environments! This could be ...

Nine must read container blog posts

Jul 8, 2015 0 2585

Don’t be afraid to admit it. If you are like many folks, even in IT, you may have heard about containers, Docker and the like, but you aren’t 100% up to speed on them. What are its ...

Did Docker grow so big it forgot its original vision?

Jul 1, 2015 0 2227

Docker went quickly from obscurity to ubiquity. A couple years ago the company didn’t exist and now it’s established as the de facto standard for container technologies—integrated in almost every platform and supported by most major vendors. ...