An updated version of CentOS Atomic Host (tree version 7.20170405), is now available, including significant updates to kubernetes (version 1.5.2), etcd (version 3.1) and flannel (version 0.7).
CentOS Atomic Host is a lean operating system designed to run Docker containers, built from standard CentOS 7 RPMs, and tracking the component versions included in Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host.
CentOS Atomic Host is available as a VirtualBox or libvirt-formatted Vagrant box, or as an installable ISO, qcow2 or Amazon Machine image. These images are available for download at cloud.centos.org. The backing ostree repo is published to mirror.centos.org.
CentOS Atomic Host includes these core component versions:
The downstream release of CentOS Atomic Host ships without the kubernetes-master package built into the image. Instead, you can run the master kubernetes components (apiserver, scheduler, and controller-manager) in containers, managed via systemd, using the service files and instructions on the CentOS wiki. The containers referenced in these systemd service files are built in and hosted from the CentOS Community Container Pipeline, based on Dockerfiles from the CentOS-Dockerfiles repository.
These containers have been tested with the kubernetes ansible scripts provided in the upstream contrib repository, and they work as expected, provided you first copy the service files onto your master.
If you’re running a previous version of CentOS Atomic Host, you can upgrade to the current image by running the following command:
$ sudo atomic host upgrade
CentOS-Atomic-Host-7-Vagrant-Libvirt.box and CentOS-Atomic-Host-7-Vagrant-Virtualbox.box are Vagrant boxes for Libvirt and Virtualbox providers.
The easiest way to consume these images is via the Atlas / Vagrant Cloud setup. For example, getting the VirtualBox instance up would involve running the following two commands on a machine with vagrant installed:
$ vagrant init centos/atomic-host && vagrant up --provider virtualbox
The installer ISO can be used via regular install methods (PXE, CD, USB image, etc.) and uses the Anaconda installer to deliver the CentOS Atomic Host. This image allows users to control the install using kickstarts and to define custom storage, networking and user accounts. This is the recommended option for getting CentOS Atomic Host onto bare metal machines, or for generating your own image sets for custom environments.
The CentOS-Atomic-Host-7-GenericCloud.qcow2 image is suitable for use in on-premise and local virtualized environments. We test this on OpenStack, AWS and local Libvirt installs. If your virtualization platform does not provide its own cloud-init metadata source, you can create your own NoCloud iso image.
Amazon Machine Images
Region Image ID ---------------- -------------- us-east-1 ami-a50d85b3 ap-south-1 ami-13f6857c eu-west-2 ami-42233726 eu-west-1 ami-49063c2f ap-northeast-2 ami-d1c81abf ap-northeast-1 ami-7b1c3e1c sa-east-1 ami-914f2dfd ca-central-1 ami-2de75b49 ap-southeast-1 ami-53328c30 ap-southeast-2 ami-6d929c0e eu-central-1 ami-dca270b3 us-east-2 ami-18bc987d us-west-1 ami-b22a0fd2 us-west-2 ami-2e2bbb4e
- b337bc56a71b6b25237a5c0c06c9f48a33973b4e41c648288bcfaf5a494af98c CentOS-Atomic-Host-7.1703-GenericCloud.qcow2
- 707db9907a850816fca7782da1dca3584fa0d8be821d0ee95525b688aaa0cc6d CentOS-Atomic-Host-7.1703-GenericCloud.qcow2.gz
- c4ef91cc801777e214106522f848f8b388fb92699d67ed4fe86cc942a361f7a2 CentOS-Atomic-Host-7.1703-GenericCloud.qcow2.xz
- 5e41a0306a8c1c212117c68eae10f0f59b25cb6c57dec9629bf3ac760bca54bc CentOS-Atomic-Host-7.1703-Installer.iso
- f509eb482a614d2eb047009aaa6c37c125b66cdd483e7015983cae5f72d9f041 CentOS-Atomic-Host-7.1703-Vagrant-Libvirt.box
- 2c0ba7dda2f4f249aa6c31cfcb36df1a17913b9d8786afb7b340a24b15b404f1 CentOS-Atomic-Host-7.1703-Vagrant-VirtualBox.box
The CentOS Atomic Host image follows the upstream Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host cadence. After sources are released, they’re rebuilt and included in new images. After the images are tested by the SIG and deemed ready, we announce them.
CentOS Atomic Host is produced by the CentOS Atomic SIG, based on upstream work from Project Atomic. If you’d like to work on testing images, help with packaging, documentation – join us!
The SIG meets weekly on Thursdays at 16:00 UTC in the #centos-devel channel, and you’ll often find us in #atomic and/or #centos-devel if you have questions. You can also join the atomic-devel mailing list if you’d like to discuss the direction of Project Atomic, its components, or have other questions.