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“What makes a cluster a cluster?” - Ask that question of 10 different engineers and you’ll get 10 different answers. Some look at it from a hardware perspective, some see it as a particular set of cloud technologies, and some say it’s the protocols exchanging information on the network.

Today we are announcing rkt v0.4.1. rkt is a new app container runtime and implementation of the App Container (appc) spec. This milestone release includes new features like private networking, an enhanced container lifecycle, and unprivileged image fetching, all of which get us closer to our goals of a production-ready container runtime that is composable, secure, and fast.

A core principle of the App Container (appc) specification is that it is open: multiple implementations of the spec should exist and be developed independently. Even though the spec is young and pre-1.0, it has already seen a number of implementations.

Today we're announcing the next release of Rocket and the App Container (appc) spec, v0.3.1.

rkt Updates

This release of rkt includes new user-facing features and some important changes under the hood which further make progress towards our goals of security and composability.

First, the rkt CLI has a couple of new commands:

Last week we announced an initial version of the "App Container Spec", a proposed standard for building and running application containers, along with a prototype implementation called Rocket.

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