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CoreOS today announced the general availability of Microsoft Azure support for its Kubernetes-based Tectonic container management platform. It previously only fully supported container deployments on bare metal servers and AWS.…

CoreOS’s Tectonic container platform gets full support for Microsoft Azure

CoreOS is hosting its user conference in San Francisco today. Unsurprisingly, the company had a few announcements to make at the event. Most of these centered around its Tectonic platform…

CoreOS updates its Tectonic container platform with the latest Kubernetes release, etcd as a service

While CoreOS is probably still best known for its Linux distribution, that was only the company’s gateway drug to a wider range of services. Tectonic, the company’s service for running Kubernetes-based container…

CoreOS extends its Tectonic Kubernetes service to Azure and OpenStack

CoreOS today launched an update to its Kubernetes-based Tectonic container management service that makes it easy for its users to enable automatic updates of both Kubernetes itself and the containers…

CoreOS updates it Tectonic container platform to make updates easy

CoreOS today announced Stackanetes at the OpenStack Summit in Austin. Stackanetes (and yes, that name probably isn’t ideal) brings together OpenStack, the open source cloud computing platform that allows enterprises…

CoreOS’s Stackanetes lets you use Kubernetes to run OpenStack in containers

A few months ago, CoreOS launched the preview of Tectonic, a container platform based on the Google-incubated Kubernetes container management and orchestration tool. Starting today, CoreOS considers Tectonic to be…

Tectonic, CoreOS’s Kubernetes-Based Container Platform, Hits General Availability