Container Linux: Back on Track with Flatcar

Yesterday, CoreOS Container Linux reached its end of life (EOL). Today marks the beginning of Flatcar Container Linux as an independent Linux distribution. With this comes a certain responsibility, but more notably: an opportunity for Kinvolk and the broader container community. Just after the EOL announcement this February, Chris wrote a post about what this […]

Yesterday, CoreOS Container Linux reached its end of life (EOL). Today marks the beginning of Flatcar Container Linux as an independent Linux distribution. With this comes a certain responsibility, but more notably: an opportunity for Kinvolk and the broader container community.
Just after the EOL announcement this February, Chris wrote a post about what this would mean for Kinvolk and the Flatcar project . Now that the end-of-life has come to pass, I’d like to build on Chris’ post, go further into where we go from here, and the reasons I’m excited to be at Kinvolk.
Source: Kinvolk