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The Cloudcast #107: CoreOS and Linux Containers

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The Cloudcast #107: CoreOS and Linux Containers

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The Cloudcast #107 - CoreOS and Linux Containers (14:38)

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Date: September 17, 2013

By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely

Description: Aaron and Brian speak with Brandon Philips (@brandonphilips), CTO for CoreOS on the concept of a new purpose-built operating system for massive scale out applications. We also talk about the concept of booting without a kernel and why Namespaces, Containers and Cgroups are more important in this configuration. Music credit: Nine Inch Nails (nin.com)


Topic 1 - What is your background?
Topic 2 - Why would you take on a project as large as an OS?
Topic 3 - Is CoreOS an OS or a Linux container?
Topic 4 - How does the architecture improve what already exists?
Topic 5 - How does CoreOS work with Docker, Vagrant and other DevOps tools?
Topic 6 - What is the status of CoreOS and how can people explore this technology?




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