Boldly going forward with CoreOS as part of the Red Hat family
May 8, 2018 | by
Earlier this year,Red Hat acquired CoreOS, a trailblazing company in the area of containerized and cloud-native infrastructure. Today at Red Hat Summit in San Francisco, we're sharing more details of how that acquisition will benefit existing CoreOS customers, Red Hat customers, and the cloud-native ecosystem as a whole.
Key features of the CoreOS Tectonic enterprise Kubernetes platform will be integrated into the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, making OpenShift more powerful than ever. In addition, Red Hat has big plans for other CoreOS-led products and projects, including Container Linux, the Quay container repository, and more.Read about our shared vision for the future at the CoreOS blog.
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