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Redspread joins CoreOS

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!
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CoreOS is running the world's containers securely on CoreOS, Tectonic and Quay. CoreOS is the creator of Tectonic, the fully-supported production-ready container system, that combines Kubernetes and the CoreOS stack to deploy and scale containers securely. CoreOS' Quay technology allows companies to securely store Linux containers in private hosted repositories or behind customer's firewalls. In addition, CoreOS is the creator and maintainer of open source projects CoreOS Linux, etcd, fleet, flannel and rkt. The strategies and architectures that influence CoreOS allow companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter to run their services at scale with high resilience. Learn more at https://coreos.com/ or follow CoreOS on Twitter @coreoslinux.

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