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Advancing infrastructure to containers and beyond-CoreOS and the GIFEE Movement

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.
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Tectonic is enterprise Kubernetes in your environment.
CoreOS is delivering Tectonic, an enterprise-ready Kubernetes platform. Tectonic provides the operations capabilities and enterprise features that are fueling broad adoption of scalable and resilient containerized applications. CoreOS created and maintains several open source projects including Container Linux, a secure Linux distribution that automates updates and is streamlined for running containers, and etcd, the distributed data store for Kubernetes. The CoreOS team is comprised of experts in container management and distributed systems from cloud-scale pioneers like Google, Twitter and Rackspace. Learn more at https://coreos.com/ or @CoreOS on Twitter.

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