Alex Polvi and his colleagues are fashioning a new computer operating system known as CoreOS. This isnâ€™t an OS for running desktop PCs or laptops or tablets. Itâ€™s meant to run the hundreds of thousands of servers that underpin the modern internet.
The project is based on Googleâ€™s ChromeOS, the new-age laptop operating system that automatically updates itself every few weeks, but unlike ChromeOS, it can run more than just your personal machine. It can run every web service you ever visit, no matter how big. And it will let the companies that run those services evolve their online operations much more quickly â€” and cheaply â€” than they can with traditional server software.
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