It is with great pleasure that the Fedora Project Announces the availability of the Fedora Docker Layered Image Build Service to the Fedora Contributor Community! The new service will provide trustworthy, consistent application images for Fedora Atomic and CentOS Atomic as well as other platforms.
Articles from Adam Miller
On behalf of the Fedora Atomic WG and Fedora Release Engineering, I am pleased to announce the first ever Fedora Layered Image Release. From now on we will be doing regularly scheduled releases of Fedora Layered Image content that will match the Fedora Atomic Two Week Release schedule.
Each Container Image is released with the following streams which aim to provide lifecycle management choices to our users:
Name Name-Version Name-Version-Release
Each of the
Name-Version tags will be updated in place with their respective updates for as long as the maintainer supports them and the
Name-Version-Release will always be a frozen in time reference to that particular release of the Container Image.
On behalf of the Fedora Atomic WG and Fedora Release Engineering, I am pleased to announce the latest Fedora Layered Image Release. This follows the latest Atomic Host Release that came out last week.
At this time the following Container Images are available in the Fedora Registry:
On behalf of the Fedora Atomic WG and Fedora Release Engineering, I am pleased to announce the latest Fedora Layered Image Release. This release includes many new images, especially a complete set of images for running Kubernetes in containers.