Today is a big day for us here at CoreOS. Tectonic, our Universal Kubernetes Solution to deploy, manage and secure containers, is now generally available. Powering Tectonic are many of our open source projects including: CoreOS Linux, etcd, rkt, flannel and dex. And we are excited to continue working with the open source community and Tectonic customers to build these important projects for containers, distributed systems and app-first infrastructure.
CoreOS Expands to Europe
We are also announcing our first European office will open later this year in Berlin. If you are based in Berlin and interested in developing app-first infrastructure software we would like to hear more: contact us at email@example.com or stop by our CoreOS meetup on November 4. Also, several members of the team will be at the first systemd conference, systemd.conf, November 5-7, 2015, in Berlin later this week.
CoreOS Tech Bonanza
CoreOS Tech Bonanza, Featuring talks on Kubernetes, rkt and Prometheus
Brandon Philips and Jon Boulle, with guest speakers Ben Kochie and Fabian Reinartz from SoundCloud
Wednesday, November 4, 2015 - 19:00
systemd.conf Schedule of CoreOS speakers
Provisioning Systems Using systemd
Thursday, November 5, 2015 - 12:35 to 13:00
Application Containers: Where We Are and Where We Are Going
Friday, November 6, 2015 - 11:55 to 12:25
rkt: Creating a modern container runtime with systemd
Jon Boulle and Alban Crequy
Friday, November 6, 2015 - 14:00 to 14:45
Building a new Linux distribution around systemd
Friday, November 6, 2015 - 16:40 to 17:20
Joe Beda Now an Advisor
Joe Beda, a founder of Google Compute Engine and who helped to found Kubernetes, recently joined CoreOS as an advisor. We are excited to have his support and guidance.
“I joined the advisory team with CoreOS because of the innovation and speed to which CoreOS is addressing modern infrastructure needs for enterprises,” said Beda, CoreOS advisor. “Tectonic promises a solution made to manage all the complexities that distributed systems require and I am looking forward to working hand-in-hand with CoreOS to ensure that it is easy for anyone to deploy, move and securely run their applications anywhere.”
CoreOS Enterprise Registry is Now Quay Enterprise
A final announcement today is that CoreOS Enterprise Registry is now Quay Enterprise. Quay Enterprise is available either as a standalone product, or delivered as an application when you purchase Tectonic.
Today's announcements are important milestones for consistent, secure and manageable server infrastructure for everyone. The CoreOS Open Source projects are an important part of this style of infrastructure and we are excited to share these major milestones about Tectonic and Quay with you. If you want more regular updates on our products subscribe to the Tectonic Blog or sign-up for our Tectonic Newsletter.