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4/6/2015
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CoreOS Launches Container Management On Google's Kubernetes Project

CoreOS is founder of the Rocket container project, but the system promises to manage Docker and Rocket formats.

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Charlie Babcock
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4/6/2015 | 6:06:47 PM
CoreOS is both well-connected and well-financed
Basing an orchestration system on open source Kubernetes gives CoreOS Tectonic instant status as a potential standard way of orchestrating containers. Doing so with a freshly injected $10 million from Google Ventures makes Tectonic a well-financed, well-connected future standard.
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