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Update: 494.3.0 wasn't correctly applying this shim, we've addressed this in 494.4.0 which is rolling out now.

This morning we started rolling out 494.4.0 to the stable channel. Among other things, this version updates Docker to 1.3.2, following in the footsteps of our releases to the alpha and beta channels last week.

Today Docker released Docker 1.3.2, immediately after which we began automatically rolling out an OS update. We were able to work with Docker to ensure that the CoreOS update could ship as soon as the Docker patch was released to the public. At the time of this writing, a significant number of CoreOS instances have already been updated.

If you aren’t familiar with Kubernetes, it is a container cluster manager from Google that offers a unique workflow for managing containers across multiple machines. We have written about Kubernetes and CoreOS in a tutorial series (Part 1, Part 2) here for those wanting to learn more.

Today we are launching CoreOS Enterprise Registry, a secure Docker registry behind the firewall. The first enterprise-ready solution, CoreOS Enterprise Registry provides a web-based management interface that includes:

Our San Francisco meetup is hitting the road on Monday and going to PlayStation in San Mateo! As you may or may not know we are big fans of buses around here. So we decided to get a biodiesel and solar powered bus to take a group down to the meetup in style.

CoreOS available on Azure

This morning at the Microsoft Azure press event, Microsoft announced that CoreOS is now available as an image in the Azure Virtual Machines Gallery.

Every language has a problem with dependencies. In C there are problems with bumping minor shared library versions and having unexpected bugs appear in applications. Ruby and Python have problems with applications having conflicting dependencies requiring the use of bundle or virtualenv to create private library stores.

This is a guest post by Roman Shtylman

This post will cover basic techniques for managing CoreOS machines using Ansible. Familiarity with Ansible and basic understanding of CoreOS are helpful in following along with this post.

What is Ansible?

From the Ansible Documetation

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