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Fetching and running docker container images with rkt

This week’s spotlight on CoreOS rkt, a secure container engine, explores how rkt can fetch and run Docker container images, and how you can take advantage of this to run containers from any Docker registry with rkt, without needing to rebuild or convert them manually.

Stay tuned on the rkt-dev mailing list, here on the CoreOS blog, and on Twitter @CoreOS, for a new rkt tutorial each week. Next we are going to take a look at how rkt is able to find and fetch container images.

If you missed our previous videos, you can check them out here: