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CoreOS technology is coming to Red Hat OpenShift to deliver a next-generation automated #Kubernetes platform http://bit.ly/2I80YFn
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Introducing the Operator Framework: get a jump start on your Kubernetes native application development http://bit.ly/2KjTssp
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Make use of the new Kubernetes metrics APIs with Prometheus for a better autoscaling experience http://bit.ly/2DF6Dnq
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CoreOS released two updates today to address security vulnerabilities. We closed a namespace information disclosure vulnerability in Tectonic (http://bit.ly/2qrspp8), and updated Container Linux to counter the Meltdown attack (http://bit.ly/2CKCfHA)
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With the Vault Open Cloud Service, you can easily run a secure, highly available secret store on Kubernetes. Find more details on our blog http://bit.ly/2qj3nsn
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Kubernetes 1.9 is out! Take a look at what features are included and updated in this release http://bit.ly/2ASIRDU
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Announcing Tectonic 1.8! This release will introduce Open Cloud Services for hybrid and multi-cloud flexibility. It also includes our CoreOS Open Cloud Services Catalog, Kubernetes 1.8, Prometheus 2.0, and more. These features, available across cloud environments, help you avoid cloud vendor lock-in.
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CoreOS Tectonic is among the first group of products to earn the Certified Kubernetes label from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation http://bit.ly/2ABHzIC
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CoreOS software engineer Rithu John shares her experience and what we learned from this year’s Grace Hopper Celebration http://bit.ly/2hiZQmg
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How does Prometheus efficiently collect & store millions of time series for Kubernetes clusters? Prometheus maintainer Fabian Reinartz shares the details about the newly released v2.0 & its massive performance boost http://bit.ly/2m5qzIv
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