Today at the OpenStack Summit in Vancouver, we are pleased to announce that CoreOS Linux – the lightweight operating system that provides stable, reliable updates to all machines connected to the update service – is included in the OpenStack Community App Catalog.
CoreOS Linux is now available in the Community App Catalog alongside ActiveState Stackato, Apcera, Cloud Foundry, Kubernetes, MySQL, Oracle Database 12c and Oracle Multitenant, Postgres, Project Atomic, Rally, Redis, Tomcat and Wordpress. The Community App Catalog is where community members can share apps and tools designed to integrate with OpenStack Clouds.
With the ability to use CoreOS directly from the catalog, it will be easier to use CoreOS Linux on OpenStack. CoreOS Linux delivers automatic updates that are critical to keeping a system secure. CoreOS Linux’s continuous stream of updates minimizes the complexity of an update and engineering teams have the flexibility to select specific release channels to deploy and control how clusters apply updates. Get started with CoreOS on OpenStack here.
At the intersection of open source technologies, we are excited to continue helping users succeed with containers in the OpenStack ecosystem. If you are at the OpenStack Summit this week, stop by to meet us and see our talk today at 2 p.m., Dream Stack, CoreOS + OpenStack + Kubernetes.