back to article Kubernetes gobbles rkt for instant-on containers – no Docker required

Cloudy Linux startup CoreOS kicked off its inaugural CoreOS Fest event in San Francisco on Monday with word that its homegrown rkt (pronounced "rocket") container runtime software will be integrated into the Google-derived Kubernetes container orchestration software. What that means is that Kubernetes will be able to fire up …

  1. Phuq Witt

    Sueball Alert!

    "...A feature called "time machine" allows Quay users to roll back their repositories to an earlier state..."

    Apple's famously non-litigious lawyers are going to love that one!

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