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  • Tectonic 1.5.5 Release: Discover extended installer support and customization
    Tectonic 1.5.5 Release: Discover extended installer support and customization Chris Ricci Recorded: Apr 12 2017 38 mins
    We’ve just released CoreOS Tectonic v1.5.5, an update that allows you to deploy highly available Kubernetes v1.5.5 clusters in existing infrastructure for AWS and bare-metal environments. Additionally, we have included preview availability for running Tectonic on Microsoft Azure and OpenStack.

    Here’s a summary of what’s new:
    - Expanded Tectonic Installer support for Azure and OpenStack platforms
    - Increased customization of networking and VPC options
    - Added HA deployment options
    - Simplified Kubernetes deployment options for any cloud provider

    Join Chris Ricci, Solutions Engineer at CoreOS, for a live session on April 5 at 10 a.m. PST to learn:
    - What this upgrade means for you
    - How the new features work (brief demo)
    - How to upgrade Tectonic
  • Moving from Fleet to Kubernetes
    Moving from Fleet to Kubernetes Brandon Philips Recorded: Feb 14 2017 34 mins
    fleet is open source, cluster-scheduling software that treats a group of machines as though they shared an init system. The project has been widely adopted and has proven successful in hundreds of production environments.

    In 2014, a year after fleet was introduced, Google released Kubernetes which provides much of the same value and a few features not available in fleet. Kubernetes was designed around a solid, extensible API, which fleet lacked, and had already laid down code for service discovery, container networking, and other key features.

    Today, we are seeing widespread adoption of Kubernetes and many in our community are migrating from fleet to Kubernetes. Please join us in this webinar where we will:

    - Explore the differences between fleet and kubernetes,
    - Outline reasons to migrate (or not) from fleet to kubernetes,
    - Detail some of the key considerations for a migration from fleet to Kubernetes

    In addition to these, we will also outline a best practice for maintaining legacy fleet clusters on Container Linux with fleet container packaging as you plan your migration.
  • Staying Ahead of Vulnerabilities with Automatic Updates in Container Linux
    Staying Ahead of Vulnerabilities with Automatic Updates in Container Linux Brandon Philips, CTO Recorded: Jan 26 2017 21 mins
    In the past few months, we’ve seen several critical vulnerabilities with Dirty COW, the Kubernetes TLS client auth, and with the RunC exec bug. These kinds of vulnerabilities send operations people scrambling to secure their infrastructure, all the while worrying that the update may break some part of your application.

    With automatic updates in Container Linux, their infrastructure was secured as soon as a patch was available - no hassle, no fuss.

    In this webinar, please join Brandon Philips, CTO of CoreOS, for an in-depth look at how automatic updates and self-driving software are helping organizations:

    Deliver a secure platform for containers,
    Proactively address security vulnerabilities,
    And reduce the technical debt often associated with a time and resource intense upgrade process.
  • Security Deep Dive on CoreOS Linux
    Security Deep Dive on CoreOS Linux Matthew Garrett, CoreOS Principal Security Developer Recorded: Nov 22 2016 50 mins
    CoreOS Linux is the first operating system specialized to run containers. One of the key philosophies behind CoreOS Linux is automatic updates. We believe this is key to securing infrastructure. Join Matthew Garrett, CoreOS principal security developer to learn more about the design philosophy and the security elements inside CoreOS Linux.
  • Redspread joins CoreOS
    Redspread joins CoreOS Mackenzie Burnett and Dan Gillespie Recorded: Nov 21 2016 19 mins
    Redspread recently joined the CoreOS team. Join Mackenzie Burnett and Dan Gillespie, the founding team of Redspread, to learn more about how they got involved with Kubernetes, why they decided to join the CoreOS team, and learn more about the future of the Redspread project and how it will also be implemented into Tectonic.

    Also, see what’s coming in Tectonic and what you need to know!
  • Advancing infrastructure to containers and beyond-CoreOS and the GIFEE Movement
    Advancing infrastructure to containers and beyond-CoreOS and the GIFEE Movement Alex Polvi, CEO of CoreOS and Brandon Philips, CTO of CoreOS Recorded: Nov 16 2016 44 mins
    Alex Polvi and Brandon Philips, the co-founders of CoreOS, will present a retrospective of CoreOS’s involvement and role in the GIFEE (Google Infrastructure for Everyone) movement. From its founding mission to secure the internet, to the introduction of a container Linux, to a vision of a world with GIFEE, and betting on Kubernetes as the platform to make it all happen, they’ll show how CoreOS has been leading the movement. As containers and Kubernetes enter the mainstream, CoreOS continues to play a central role in shaping the future of how companies will securely manage and deploy applications in a distributed manner.
  • Monitoring Kubernetes Across Data Center and Cloud
    Monitoring Kubernetes Across Data Center and Cloud Ilan Rabinovitch, Datadog – Aleks Saul, CoreOS – and Aparna Sinha, Google Container Engine Recorded: Nov 2 2016 63 mins
    Enterprises are making tremendous headway in how they manage their increasing advanced container infrastructure and scale their applications across the data center and the cloud. An infrastructure transformation is underway, and the tools necessary to manage it must change as well.

    Kubernetes, the fastest growing container orchestration project, plays a key role in this transformation. In this webinar, we will break down how to monitor Kubernetes with Datadog in a datacenter environment using Tectonic, CoreOS’ enterprise Kubernetes solution, and in a cloud solution using Google Container Engine.
  • Kubernetes 1.4 Ask Me Anything
    Kubernetes 1.4 Ask Me Anything Tim Hockin, Casey Davenport, Dan Gillespie, Matt Butcher, George Tankersley Recorded: Oct 12 2016 47 mins
    Kubernetes 1.4 launched on Monday, September 26 with new features making Kubernetes easier to install and use. The advancement of the Kubernetes open source project is making GIFEE (Google Infrastructure for Everyone) a reality. Join us on Wednesday, October 12 at 10 am PT to learn more about the newest features in Kubernetes 1.4 and get all of your questions answered from the Kubernetes community of contributors. We’ll kick off the AMA talking about how it is easy to run Kubernetes anywhere and the improved security in Kubernetes 1.4. Then get your questions together as Ryan Jarvinen, Developer Advocate at CoreOS, will moderate a panel made up of Tim Hockin, Senior Staff Software Engineer, Google Cloud & Cluster Infrastructure, Casey Davenport, Software Engineer, Tigera, Dan Gillespie, Co-founder of Redspread, Matt Butcher, Helm Core Contributor, Deis and George Tankersley, Security Engineer, CoreOS to answer your questions on security, networking and more.
  • Minikube - Getting Started
    Minikube - Getting Started Matt Rickard Recorded: Sep 27 2016 15 mins
    Matt Rickard, from Google, shows us what Minikube is and how to run Kubernetes with it
  • Self-hosted Networking for Kubernetes
    Self-hosted Networking for Kubernetes Casey Davenport Recorded: Sep 27 2016 26 mins
    Casey Davenport demonstrates how Tigera brought self-hosted networking to Kubernetes.

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