Fedora’s CoreOS Released Now: The team Fedora officially announced that the CoreOS stable and testing version are released for users. CoreOS is designed for handling the running containerized workloads securely and at scale. Fedora’s CoreOS combines the OCI support, SELinux security for atomic host, provisioning tools and automatic update model of container Linux with the packaging technology.
What’s New Exciting Features in CoreOS?
- Provisioning immutable infrastructure
- Automatic updates to the new releases
- Telemetry support
- Many more…
Some Essential Highlights of CoreOS:
- Automatic updates to the current stable releases
- CoreOS is built on Linux 5.4, systemd 243, Ignition 2.1
- Supports OCI and Docker Container through Podman 1.7 and Moby 18.09
- And many more…
CoreOS Available Platforms:
- AWS, Azure Cloud Servers
- Bare Metal & Virtualized Servers
- Alibaba Cloud, GCP & OpenStack Cloud Operators.
Where I Can Download The CoreOS?
You can download the official preview version of the CoreOS from their website.
CoreOS: Frequently Asked Questions!
News Source: Fedora’s Blog
That’s it. As we said, CoreOS stable and testing version has been released by the Team Fedora. If you have any queries related to this news article and kindly comment us below.