CoreOS Experiences Its First Stable Release
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 25 July 2014 at 03:32 PM EDT. 2 Comments
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CoreOS, the lightweight Linux distribution designed for clustered deployments and depends upon utilization of Docker/LXC software containers, has experienced its first stable release.

In just under one year CoreOS has gone from its first alpha release to a stable channel release rated for production usage. The CoreOS stable release is supported on over ten platforms, utilizes the Linux 3.15 kernel and Docker 1.0.1, and is supported on all major cloud providers.

System administrators looking to learn more about the stable CoreOS release can read the announcement on CoreOS.com.
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