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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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Trusted Computing, Secure Boot and the TPM (Trusted Platform Module) bring immensely powerful security functionality to users," said Matthew Garrett, principal security software engineer at CoreOS and a board member of the Free Software Foundation.
CoreOS is the creator of Tectonic, an enterprise-ready platform that combines Google's Kubernetes and the CoreOS stack for running Linux containers.
CoreOS is the creator of Tectonic, the universal Kubernetes solution, that combines Google's Kubernetes and the CoreOS stack to deploy, manage and secure containers anywhere.
With a stable and enterprise-ready Tectonic, the CoreOS stack with Google's Kubernetes, companies can trust their containers in production and focus on propelling their innovations forward.
The combination of Kubernetes, CoreOS and AWS is another step forward in helping companies reach hyperscale.
Capitalize on the benefits of containers - Tectonic Preview provides an opinionated stack for containers, which includes Kubernetes, CoreOS and Docker.
Intel has a long history of fostering innovation and, by working with companies like CoreOS and the broader community, we're helping to bring container technology to the data center.
When we started CoreOS, we set out to build and deliver Google's infrastructure to everyone else," said Alex Polvi, CEO of CoreOS.
The CoreOS and Logentries integration enables users to easily centralize log data from across their infrastructure into one cloud-based location where they can aggregate, correlate and visualize data for deeper understanding of their CoreOS environments.
Core Networks has customers deploying and field-testing CoreOS in six countries around the world.
AURO's application marketplace is the most comprehensive in Canada and provides access to OS distributions like Windows, Ubuntu and CoreOS.
28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- CoreOS today announced that etcd, a key component that helps companies achieve Google-like infrastructure, has made its first major stable release.