CoreOS Tectonic Platform Aims to Free the Cloud

CoreOS Tectonic Platform Aims to Free the Cloud

By Jack M. Germain

Aug 17, 2017 6:02 AM PT

CoreOS on Thursday announced the general availability of the Kubernetes container management Tectonic platform on Microsoft’s Azure cloud.

The Tectonic platform enables enterprises to run Kubernetes on a single platform across various cloud and bare metal environments. Prior to this release, the Tectonic platform was available on Amazon Web Services and bare metal servers.

Tectonic 1.7 delivers on CoreOS’ vision to bring freedom and portability to the cloud. The Tectonic platform enables enterprises to benefit from a single consistent platform to manage modern infrastructure in their hybrid environments.

Tectonic 1.7 is a significant release, in that it combines the best in enterprise-grade features and the newest features in Kubernetes 1.7. It includes automated operations that enable one-click updates of Kubernetes and monitoring alerts.

“Customers want the flexibility to move to or from any cloud operation. They do not want to be locked in, said Rob Szumski, product manager for Tectonic at CoreOS.

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