Since its launch just a few years ago, DigitalOcean quickly made a name for itself as a hosting platform for affordable virtual servers. The companyâs ambition goes far beyond hosting your WordPress blog or test server on a $5/month machine however and today it is taking a next step in this direction by announcing its support for CoreOS, the highly popular container-centric Linux distribution for massive-scale deployments.
âThere is a lot of community excitement for CoreOS,â said Mitch Wainer, co-founder and CMO at DigitalOcean in a statement today. âWeâre pleased to announce that developers can begin using CoreOS immediately, ensuring the resiliency of their architecture, as their ability to scale at massive levels increases.â
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