Deploy and Manage Your Containers in the Next-Generation Container OS

Use immutable infrastructure to deploy and scale your containerized applications. Project Atomic mainly comprises Atomic Host, Atomic Workstation, and various container tooling. cloud native platforms.


Atomic Host

Atomic Host provides immutable infrastructure for deploying to hundreds or thousands of servers in your private or public cloud. Available in Fedora Atomic Host, CentOS Atomic Host, and Red Hat Atomic Host editions depending on your platform and support needs.

To balance the need between long-term stability and new features, we are providing different releases of Atomic Host for you to choose from.

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Atomic Workstation

Fedora Atomic Workstation (FAW) provides immutable infrastructure for your desktop experience.

Container Registries

You can get your containerized applications from the CentOS Container Pipeline and the Fedora Layered Image Build Service

Trusted container content from the projects you already trust.

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Community News

Welcome to Red Hat CoreOS

Welcome to Red Hat CoreOS

When Red Hat acquired CoreOS, you asked what will become of Project Atomic or Container Linux. Today at Red Hat Summit, we’re sharing more details around the acquisition. Customers and community users will benefit from the plans around Tectonic and OpenShift, Container Linux and Atomic Host, as well as Quay.

Our other popular community projects such as Buildah, Cockpit, and Skopeo continue as usual. Fedora Atomic Workstation already announced that it is now a Fedora...

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Podman and insecure registries

Podman and insecure registries

The last few weeks, we have had a number of bugs and questions about how to pull from an insecure registry. The obvious advice here is that you should always be using a registry which implements tls-verify. But if you are a container or image developer or you are just plain breaking new ground, your registry may not use tls-verify. And Podman can handle this; and I wanted to spend a minute or two explaining how it does and the logic behind it.

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A remote API for Podman

Podman grows a remote API using Varlink

Podman up to now has been a simple CLI for managing pods and containers. But I wanted to allow other tools like Atomic CLI and Cockpit to interact with the pods/containers created by Podman and other tools. Execing a CLI tool to do this and screen scraping the output never quite works, so we wanted to add an API. But I did not want to add a daemon to implement a restAPI. #nobigfatdaemons.

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Fedora 27->28 Atomic Host Upgrade Guide

Introduction

This week we put out the first release of Fedora 28 Atomic Host. Some quick notes:

  • For Fedora 28 we are using a unified repo that will serve up the Fedora 28 Atomic Host and Atomic Workstation content. This includes all the content for the multi-arch platforms aarch64 and ppcle64.

For today we’ll talk about updating an existing Fedora 27 Atomic Host system to Fedora 28. We’ll cover preparing the system for upgrade and performing the upgrade.

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