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Container Linux by CoreOS (Stable)

CoreOS Container Linux automates software updates to ensure better security and reliability of machines and containers running on large-scale clusters. Operating system updates and security patches are regularly pushed to Container Linux machines without requiring manual intervention by administrators. System files are always read-only, and every update can be rolled back using an active-passive partition scheme. When applications are distributed, these automatic updates dramatically improve security without causing service downtime.Instead of installing packages with yum or apt, Container... Read more


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    Latest Version

    1520.8.0 (Other available versions)


    Operating System

    Linux/Unix, Other 1520.8.0


    Delivery Method

    64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (Read more)



    AWS Services Required

    Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS


    Highlights

    • Automatic operating system updates eliminate the need for traditional patch management.
    • Includes securely configured versions of both the rkt and Docker container engines.
    • Built to support large-scale clusters with components like Kubernetes, etcd, rkt, and the Container Network Interface.

    Product Description

    CoreOS Container Linux automates software updates to ensure better security and reliability of machines and containers running on large-scale clusters.

    Operating system updates and security patches are regularly pushed to Container Linux machines without requiring manual intervention by administrators. System files are always read-only, and every update can be rolled back using an active-passive partition scheme. When applications are distributed, these automatic updates dramatically improve security without causing service downtime.

    Instead of installing packages with yum or apt, Container Linux deploys and manages applications in containers. Application code and dependencies are packaged in a container that runs on one or many Container Linux machines. Applications are isolated from operating system dependencies so they can be independently updated more frequently.

    Product Details

    • Version: 1520.8.0
    • Available on AWS Marketplace Since: 06/17/2016

    Resources

    Usage Instructions

    It is easy to spin up a single Container Linux instance by following the steps at https://coreos.com/os/docs/latest/booting-on-ec2.html.Container Linux machines can be declaratively provisioned using the Container Linux Config format, documented at https://coreos.com/os/docs/latest/provisioning.html.Container Linux can also be used as the operating system for a Kubernetes cluster on AWS. Tectonic is a product from CoreOS that enables quick provisioning of Kubernetes with Container Linux: https://coreos.com/tectonic/docs/latest/install/aws/ ...

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    Support Details

    Container Linux by CoreOS (Stable)

    Community support is available on the CoreOS user forums at https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/coreos-user , and the #coreos IRC channel on freenode.

    Container Linux Support Subscription includes 24x7x365 enterprise support for Container Linux with guaranteed response times from our engineering and support teams. To purchase Container Linux Support Subscription, visit https://coreos.com/support/ or contact sales@coreos.com.

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