Repost: Going Atomic with the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 High-Touch Beta

Excerpts from the original article:

“Now that Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 is generally available, we are re-casting the Red Hat Enterprise Linux High Touch Beta program into a series of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 special interest groups (SIGs), the first of which is focused on application containers. The Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host SIG encompasses technologies that are required to create, deploy, and manage application containers.

“We also announced today that Red Hat and Google are collaborating to tackle the challenge of how to manage application containers at scale, across hundreds or thousands of hosts. In June, Google unveiled the Kubernetes open source project for container management. Red Hat is joining the Kubernetes community and becoming core committers to the project to help Red Hat customers to orchestrate Docker containers across multiple hosts, running on-premise, in Google Cloud or in other public or private clouds.”

Read the entire article:  Going Atomic with the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 High-Touch Beta | Red Hat Enterprise Linux Blog.


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