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What is Container Operating System: Immutable, Auto-Updating, Security Minded Fedora CoreOS Intro

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What do you need to run containers in production? Linux kernel? Container manager? Some security features built-in? Is there anything else?

One of the trends in cloud native world is to run specialized Container Operating Systems that are purpose-built to run containerized workloads. Started with CoreOS, continued with RancherOS and others, we now have plenty of better options to choose from.

In this video, we will look at what Container Operating Systems are and we will see one of them, Fedora CoreOS, in action. We will see what is OStree and rpm-ostree, Ignition configuration and how to run Fedora CoreOS on AWS with ECR:


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