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CoreOS Is New Linux, Not A RHEL Classic Killer
‘Importantly, the OpenShift platform cloud software, which included Red Hat’s own implementation of the Kubernetes container controller, will be deployable on either the full-on Red Hat Enterprise Linux in pets mode or the minimalist Red Hat CoreOS in cattle mode. But it will be using the Tectonic version of the Kubernetes controller going forward as well as integrating the Prometheus monitoring tool and etcd for storing telemetry. Gracely tells The Next Platform that the implementation of Kubernetes had outside dependencies such as the CloudForms hybrid cloud management tool (formerly ManageIQ) and was not “native” to Kubernetes in the same way that Tectonic is, meaning free of outside dependenies.’
kubernetes  integration  redhat  platforms  openshift  cloudnative  coreos 
may 2018 by cote
Bringing CoreOS technology to Red Hat OpenShift to deliver a next-generation automated Kubernetes platform
“With the acquisition, Container Linux will be reborn as Red Hat CoreOS, a new entry into the Red Hat ecosystem. Red Hat CoreOS will be based on Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux sources and is expected to ultimately supersede Atomic Host as Red Hat’s immutable, container-centric operating system.

“Red Hat CoreOS will provide the foundation for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, Red Hat OpenShift Online, and Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated. Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform will also, of course, continue to support Red Hat Enterprise Linux for those who prefer its lifecycle and packaging as the foundation for their Kubernetes deployments.

“Current Container Linux users can rest easy that Red Hat plans continue investing in the operating system and community. The project is an important base for container-based environments by delivering automated updates with strong security capabilities, and as a part of our commitment and vision we plan to support Container Linux as you know it today for the community and Tectonic users alike.”
m&a  redhat  containers  cloudnative  coreos  integration 
may 2018 by cote
Docker Who? By Acquiring CoreOS, Red Hat Aims to Be the Kubernetes Company
“So while this deal clearly changes the playing field for Kubernetes in the developer space, and probably further marginalizes Docker, it may actually not be the kind of “market consolidation” that used to characterize the maturity of a software platform. More likely, it’s the latest step by a major player in the server marketplace to find a way to capitalize on the success of a product that, had it been commercial and proprietary from the start, might have been a gold mine… except that, had it been commercial and proprietary, no one would have ever heard of it.”
m&a  redhat  marketshare  kubernetes  markshare  coreos 
february 2018 by cote
Red Hat tries CoreOS on for size – and buys
‘The elder open source software biz sees the younger firm's technology helping it automate and simplify its OpenShift container app platform, as well as improving its security and application portability in hybrid cloud environments. Red Hat says it will provide more details about how CoreOS products will be handled in the months ahead. It characterizes them as complementary to its own wares, althugh its plans may involve "integrating products and migrating customers to any combined offerings" at some later date.’
m&a  redhat  coreos  exits  cloudnative  kubernetes 
february 2018 by cote
Red Hat to Acquire CoreOS, Expanding its Kubernetes and Containers Leadership
Price of $250m - “an innovator and leader in Kubernetes and container-native solutions.”
m&a  coreos  cloudnative  kubernetes  RedHat  etcd 
january 2018 by cote
CoreOS’s Open Cloud Services Could Bring Cloud Portability to Container-Native Apps
‘“We take open source APIs, make them super easy to consume, and create a catalog of these things to run on top of Kubernetes so they are portable no matter where you go,” said Brandon Philips, CoreOS chief technology officer.’

All ‘bout that middleware.
cloudnative  middleware  kubernetes  coreos  platforms 
december 2017 by cote
docker has a straightforward CLI that allows you to do almost everything you could want to a container. All of these commands use the image id (ex. be29975e0098), the image name (ex. myusername/webapp) and the container id (ex. 72d468f455ea) interchangably depending on the operation you are trying to do. This is confusing at first, so pay special attention to what you’re using.
Docker  CoreOS  docs  via:ifttt  from:tumblr  quote  tumblr:quote 
october 2014 by cote
CoreOS receives $8m in funding to bring its cloud-friendly Linux distro to market
As newsletter subscribers know, I’ve been working on a report about CoreOS. I find it intriguing as a possible “leap-frog” around cloud platforms like OpenStack…or possibly as future best buddies. Either way, it’s really interesting to watch that team try to re-imagine Linux for cloud scale. The report is up now for clients, but here’s the 451 Take: Along with companies like Docker (which CoreOS bundles) and Mesos, we’re seeing interesting trends that are reinventing how operating systems work, targeted toward cloud deployments. The end goal seems to ensure that Linux will not just become a component of cloud platforms, but become something of a cloud platform itself. CoreOS is an interesting tracer for this possibility. As CoreOS itself noted, gaining broader, ‘enterprise’ adoption is the main issue for a technology like CoreOS; most enterprises are slow to change over to new, automated methods of keeping raw infrastructure up to date. This of course leaves the early market pool as Web and cloud companies, which CoreOS seems gleeful to jump into. The ideas behind CoreOS are interesting and we’ll be watching to see how this cash injection will help fund compiling those ideas into running code and services. And, as always, if you’re not a client, you can sign up for a free trial to check out our good.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  451Reports  451  CoreOS  Linux  cloud  etcd  systemd  Docker  link  tumblr:link 
august 2014 by cote
They’re actually in a garage! From Wired coverage of CoreOS].
CoreOS  garage  startups  cloud  pics  via:ifttt  from:tumblr  tumblr:photo  photo 
july 2014 by cote
All the diagrams from CoreOS’s press kit.
diagrams  CoreOS  cloud  Linux  etcd  systemd  fleet  Docker  containers  via:ifttt  from:tumblr  tumblr:photo  photo 
july 2014 by cote
Google brings futuristic Linux software CoreOS onto its cloud • The Register
Always love some funny writing, eh? Since Google’s (virtualized) cloud is itself built on top of Linux containerization, this means developers will enter into the paradoxical situation of running a container-based OS on a hypervisor on top of a container.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  google  gae  cloud  docker  coreos  link  tumblr:link 
may 2014 by cote

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