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Before Container Linux, Tectonic for Kubernetes, and Quay | CoreOS
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  • In the previous episode of the Enterprise Kubernetes How-To Series we learned how to automatically upgrade Tectonic clusters. Doing that, we encountered the Tectonic version number “1.7.5-tectonic.1”. In the 7th and final episode we’ll cover what that number means. Set-up and try Tectonic, enterprise Kubernetes in 15 min or less here: https://coreos.com/tectonic/#get-started.

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  • Throughout the Enterprise Kubernetes How-To Series we’ve seen that Kubernetes is a powerful set of tools for modern infrastructure. However, it can be daunting to keep such a complex system up to date. Tectonic solves that problem by managing upgrades of the Kubernetes cluster and the Tectonic components running on it. In the sixth episode in our series we’ll be covering how to upgrade your Kubern...

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  • In previous episodes in our series we’ve covered how to run an application with replication, and how to connect cluster applications with the services abstraction, and how to quickly expose a service with a cloud provider’s load balancers. In this episode we’ll walk you through how Ingress resources in Kubernetes provide a way to describe rules about how inbound connections reach cluster services ...

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  • This webinar covers some of the key considerations when migrating a multi-container application deployed in Docker Swarm Mode to Kubernetes with Tectonic. It also covers some of the differences as well as benefits of migrating to Kubernetes with Tectonic. Watch this webinar to learn how your existing Docker skills can apply to running and managing applications in Kubernetes with Tectonic.

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Container Linux, Tectonic for Kubernetes, and Quay | CoreOS

Before CoreOS provides Container Linux, Tectonic for Kubernetes and the Quay image registry; key components to secure, simplify and automatically update your container infrastructure.
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