Topic: coreos

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

CoreOS aims to bring OpenStack to Kubernetes with Stackanetes

CoreOS is sticking to its commitment to bring OpenStack to Kubernetes with a new initiative: Stackanetes. The company announced Stackanetes at the OpenStack Summit taking place in Austin this week. The announcement comes just one month after CoreOS announced a collaboration with Intel to bring OpenStack, Kubernetes and Tectonic together. Stackanetes aims to deploy and … continue reading

CoreOS and Intel to collaborate on OpenStack with Kubernetes

CoreOS and Intel aim to bring virtual machines and containers together with their newly announced technical collaboration. The companies have announced plans to deploy and manage OpenStack, the open-source software for building clouds, with Kubernetes, the open-source system for automating deployment, scaling and operations of applications. “A collaboration between Intel and CoreOS is a huge … continue reading

CoreOS’ Docker alternative reaches 1.0

Docker’s no longer the only game in the Linux container town. In December of 2014, CoreOs kicked off a new open-source container runtime project known as rkt. Today, that project reached version 1.0. Rkt was designed for security and production readiness, said Alex Polvi, CEO of CoreOS. “We want to build a security-minded open-standards-based container … continue reading

2015: The Year of Containers

Containers are spreading through the software industry like wildfire. Companies high and low are supporting Docker: Microsoft, IBM, HP, Oracle and VMware, and many other companies have added container support, compatibility, management capabilities, or at the very least are planning to release something this year. Why so much fuss over containers? They use fewer resources … continue reading

CoreOS delivers Tectonic with Distributed Trusted Computing

As companies try to take the best security measures, CoreOS, a company that manages and secures containers, tries to help them out. CoreOS yesterday announced Tectonic with Distributed Trusted Computing. Tectonic is a Kubernetes solution for deploying, managing and securing containers. With Distributed Trusted Computing, it validates everything from the distributed application layer, the container, … continue reading

Amazon introduces analytics, data-management tools

Amazon this week introduced new capabilities within its cloud of Web Services. The company debuted Amazon Snowball, an import/export system, as well as Amazon QuickSight, a business intelligence platform for the service. The company also introduced an addition to the Kinesis streaming platform inside its cloud called Kinesis Firehose, which makes it easier to ingest … continue reading

Google expands Project Tango dev kits, Mirantis and CoreOS partner up, and Django 3.2 is released—SD Times news digest: Aug. 6, 2015

Google is expanding the reach of its Project Tango Tablet Development Kits to more countries worldwide. Starting today the dev kits for the mobile computer vision platform are available in Canada and South Korea, and on Aug. 26 the kits will be available in Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, and the … continue reading

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