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It was a jam-packed and eventful week at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2017 last week. In all, 4,100 attendees descended on Austin to talk all things Kubernetes and cloud-native, and CoreOS was front and center as a Diamond Sponsor of the event. Check out our blog post from Wednesday where we recap some of the Day 1 highlights.

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2017 is underway this week in Austin, and the CoreOS team is on the scene to participate. As a Diamond Sponsor of this year's event, we couldn't be more thrilled with the turnout of attendees and their vibrant energy.

CoreOS Tectonic is Certified Kubernetes

 

Today CoreOS is pleased to announce that CoreOS Tectonic, our enterprise-ready Kubernetes platform, has passed the software conformance tests administered by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) to become one of the first fully Certified Kubernetes offerings on the market.

CoreOS is happy to announce that we are a member of the founding class of the Kubernetes Certified Service Provider (KCSP) program. Created by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), KCSP certification is designed to help customers identify companies that provide services to assist with the implementation, adoption and production usage of Kubernetes within their environments.

CoreOS builds open source software. Why build with open source? Because the problem to be solved is massive, and innovation is needed at the macro level. It is estimated:

Today rkt launched in the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). It is a big day for the future of rkt, the pod-native container engine, and container execution in general, as it is now housed in a neutral and collaborative home, alongside containerd, also launched in CNCF today.

Today CoreOS and Docker made a combined proposal to add rkt and containerd as new projects for inclusion in the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). During today's CNCF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) meeting, Jonathan Boulle, a rkt project lead and co-founder, proposed rkt, and Michael Crosby, a containerd project lead and co-founder, proposed containerd.

At CoreOS, we believe strongly that open standards are key to the success of the container ecosystem. We are excited about the amount of work going into standards and foundations around containers and cloud native computing, including today’s announcement of the Open Container Initiative’s (OCI) formalized technical governance structure.

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