CoreOS releases Tectonic 1.6.2 with Kubernetes

In CoreOS’ latest Tectonic release, it is providing several features to deliver enterprise Kubernetes. Tectonic 1.6.2 comes with major updates, like Kubernetes 1.6.2, and backend Terraform support for Tectonic Installer on AWS and bare metal. In this release, the Tectonic Installer is now supported by Terraform, a tool for safely launching and building infrastructure. According to … continue reading

Controlling software through containers and microservices

Businesses want to move faster, develop more software, and deploy software and updates more often, but to do this in a traditional software architecture is a lot to put on developers. In order to ease the pain, more businesses and developers are turning to containers. A software container is a way to package software in … continue reading

Intel announces new AI effort, CoreOS extends CoreOS Tectonic, and OpenSSL launches new site — SD Times news digest: March 24, 2017

Intel is beginning to square in on AI with the announcement of a single cross-Intel organization: The Artificial Intelligence Products Group (AIPG). According to the company, AIPG strengthens its focus on AI, and will include engineering, labs, software and resources as it continues to work on its AI portfolio: The Intel Nervana platform. In addition, … continue reading

Jewelbots coding for friendship, NodeSource releases Certified Modules, and CoreOS to donate to CNCF—SD Times news digest: March 16, 2017

Jewelbots, the first programmable friendship bracelet, which aims to get more girls into coding, announced some highly-requested updates to the technology, including the ability to code with friends. The friendship code is fully documented here. Users will have to add a new board to the Arduino IDE in order to get started. Another requested feature from … continue reading

Etcd goes to 3.1

CoreOS updated its key value store, etcd, on Friday. This was the first full release for the Raft-based key-value store in the new year. The update focused on performance, reliability and scalability improvements. For many users, etcd is better known as the configuration storage system used by Google’s Kubernetes container-management platform. Etcd 3.1 included features … continue reading

CoreOS renames core OS to Container Linux

CoreOS has renamed its Linux distribution from CoreOS to Container Linux. That name change accompanies its Tectonic Summit in New York, but the big news is around self-driving Kubernetes, something the company’s CEO said will help smooth security woes for users. The name change was designed to help draw a clearer line between the company’s … continue reading

Stackanetes brings OpenStack to Kubernetes

CoreOS is making it possible to deploy, monitor and manage OpenStack with Kubernetes in the technical preview of Stackanetes. CoreOS first announced plans to bring OpenStack to Kubernetes with the help of Intel back in April. The idea of Stackanetes is to make operating OpenStack as easy as running apps on Kubernetes. “Kubernetes’ features, flexibility … continue reading

Indie Hackers platform, the AWS Application Load Balancer, CoreOS delivers Tectonic v1.3, and BDR 1.0 release notes—August 12, 2016

Developers and hackers that want to make their side projects profitable or well-known now have a new platform to try: Indie Hackers. It allows individuals to learn how other developers are “writing their own paychecks.” Indie Hackers is a platform that is focused on community and openness, and was recently launched and created by recent … continue reading

ScaleFT, Packet, CoreOS create server sharing experiment for developers

Sharing servers can be as easy as sharing pictures and videos on social media platforms. ScaleFT, Packet, and CoreOS have joined together to show developers just how easy this is, allowing them to log into a cloud server as they would with other applications. The organizations launched a sharing server experiment on August 7, International Friends … continue reading

CoreOS introduces storage for Kubernetes systems

CoreOS today kicked off a new open-source project known as Torus. The project aims to create a scalable, reliable storage service for container-based clusters using Kubernetes. The project is being hosted on GitHub. Torus is presented to developers as a library and presents data to the developer and user as a standard file. This file can be … continue reading

Wercker Workflows available for managing container pipelines for distributed apps

To give developers the tools they need to build complex applications, Wercker, a container-centric developer automation platform, announced the general availability of Wercker Workflows so developers can manage their custom Docker container pipelines for distributed applications and microservices. Users will be able to manage the build and other phases of the development workflow with this … continue reading

Guest View: Microservices force companies to innovate or die

“Microservices” has become one of the hottest buzzwords of the past few years, and as with any game-changing new technology, there has certainly been no shortage of differing opinions around the topic. Some have been bullish about the adoption of microservices, calling them “SOA done right,” while naysayers claim that the idea is simply a … continue reading

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