Google brings futuristic Linux software CoreOS onto its cloud

Last updated on September 8th, 2018

Fans of new Linux operating system “CoreOS” can now run the lightweight tech on Google’s main cloud service.  This means developers who want a Linux OS that takes up just 168MB of RAM, runs all of its applications within containers, and is designed for marshaling mammoth clusters of computers, can now do so on top of Google’s cloud.
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