Provisioning Flatcar Container Linux with Tinkerbell

While much of the world’s computing has moved to virtual machines running in the cloud, there are still many reasons why users want to deploy their workloads on bare metal servers. But provisioning and managing physical servers has historically been a manual and resource-intensive process. It doesn’t have to be that way, though – once […]

While much of the world’s computing has moved to virtual machines running in the cloud, there are still many reasons why users want to deploy their workloads on bare metal servers. But provisioning and managing physical servers has historically been a manual and resource-intensive process.
It doesn’t have to be that way, though – once an oxymoron, the concept of “bare metal cloud” has been made possible by technologies for booting from the network, together with API-driven control planes for managing server and network configurations.
Source: Kinvolk