This week, the Fedora Project released updated images for its Fedora 24-based Atomic Host. Fedora Atomic Host is a leading-edge operating system designed around Kubernetes and Docker containers.
Fedora Atomic Host images are updated roughly every two weeks, rather than on the main six-month Fedora cadence. Because development is moving quickly, only the latest major Fedora release is supported.
Note: Due to an issue with the image-building process, the current Fedora Atomic Host images include an older version of the system tree. Be sure to
atomic host upgrade to get the latest set of components. The next two-week media refresh will include an up-to-date tree.