The Red Hat-backed Fedora Project released the latest version of its open source operating system that powers container management, data center operations, and developer workstations. The Linux-based Fedora OS was initially released in 2003 and is the basis for a number of distribution platforms, including Red Hat’s Enterprise Linux platform and the One Laptop Per Child XO project.
The latest Fedora 26 release includes updated compilers and languages; a new version of its package management system; an updated storage configuration screen for installation programs; and the ability to create bootable SD cards with ARM-based devices.
Specific to the Atomic Host container management platform, Fedora 26 brings containerized Kubernetes as an alternative to built-in Kubernetes binaries. The move allows for running of different versions of the container orchestration engine.
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