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CoreOS

A Linux operating system from CoreOS, Inc., San Francisco, www.coreos.com, that is used as the common kernel for Docker containers. Based on Chrome OS and introduced in 2013, CoreOS also supports server clusters by using utilities that treat the cluster as a single system. See OS virtualization, Tectonic and Docker.
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CoreOS that automates software updates and is streamlined for running
Kubernetes, containers and Linux are at the heart of this transformation, and, like Red Hat, CoreOS has been a leader in both the upstream open source communities that are fueling these innovations and its work to bring enterprise-grade Kubernetes to customers.
Thank you to the CoreOS family, our customers, partners, and most of all, the free software community for supporting us in our mission to make the internet more secure through automated operations.
By running OpenStack as an application on Tectonic, CoreOS turns your data center into a single platform architecture proven by hyperscale giants.
Tectonic combines Kubernetes and the CoreOS stack in a commercial distribution, prepackaged with an enterprise-ready management dashboard, an integrated container registry and a supported, continuously up-to-date distributed platform.
The AWS Installer is made of a CloudFormation for launching Kubernetes on AWS, as well as kube-aws, a tool CoreOS developed to assist in automating your cluster deployment.
CoreOS is the creator of Tectonic, an enterprise-ready platform that combines Google's Kubernetes and the CoreOS stack for running Linux containers.
With this addition, CoreOS said it deepens its commitment to extend Kubernetes and foster the adoption of hyperscale infrastructure for everyone.
CoreOS will incorporate Redspread's collaborative deployment tool for managing Kubernetes in the Tectonic toolchain.
Tectonic is a commercial distribution of the combined CoreOS portfolio and Kubernetes, an open source technology introduced by Google.
Deis curates applications as Docker images and then manages the orchestration of containers across a cluster of CoreOS machines, streamlining the deployment and management of modern, distributed applications.