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Tectonic

Software from CoreOS, Inc., San Francisco, www.tectonic.com, for deploying and running containers (OS virtualization) on clusters of servers. It uses the CoreOS operating system, Docker containers and the Kubernetes cluster architecture. See CoreOS, Docker, Kubernetes and OS virtualization.

tectonic

Of or pertaining to building or construction; architectural.
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Dendritic type drainages pattern in the watershed governs that this area is homogeneous in lithology and tectonically stable.
Class 4 of Iat mainly takes place in the tectonically inactive synclinal gentle plains in the north parts of the study area.
Wang, "New structure-genetic classification system in tectonically deformed coals and its geological significance," Journal of China Coal Society, vol.
A team of geologists has found a new subduction zone off Portugal, representing the beginning of a phase where the European continent moves towards the Americas and the Atlantic Ocean becomes more tectonically active, before eventually closing up.
Because the lake is in a tectonically active region, its bottom and therefore the structure may have shifted over time, he said.
In addition, presence of vertical cliffs in tectonically fragile zone (Khan et.
Tectonically extremely complicated, characteristic for Sub Carpathian curvature, Lopatari-Berca-Colti area is changed by intense processes of alteration, that have generated the formation of important structural elements.
Some of these thrust faults cut across seemingly young impact craters, suggesting that the Moon may be tectonically active today (see page 15).
Japan is nevertheless the world's sixth largest geothermal power producer, following the United States (more than 3,000 MW), the Philippines (almost 2,000 MW), Indonesia (around 1,200 MW), Mexico (almost 1,000 MW), and Italy (over 800 MW), despite being one of the most tectonically active countries in the world, with nearly 200 volcanoes, the International Geothermal Association said.
Like a growing number of Japanese, Ono favors a shift toward renewable energy such as wind, solar and geothermal power, which she said she became familiar with in another tectonically unstable country, Iceland.