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Today CoreOS is thrilled to announce the dates and location for the second annual Tectonic Summit, the invite-only event for enterprise Kubernetes.

Join cloud native, container and Kubernetes leaders for Tectonic Summit 2016 on December 12 and 13 at the Conrad Hotel in New York City.

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Today we're excited to announce the release of version 1.3 of Tectonic, the infrastructure platform that enables enterprises to securely and reliably run containers with Kubernetes anywhere. Tectonic v1.3 incorporates several new features that address enterprise requirements for deploying application containers in production with Kubernetes.

Today we’re announcing a new training series from the engineers at CoreOS. Join us for classes on Kubernetes, containers, and CoreOS Linux. You can sign up today for public classes starting in September, or contact us to request a private class for your company.

Over the past few months, CoreOS has been diligently finalizing the etcd3 API beta, testing the system and working with users to make etcd even better. Today etcd v3.0.0, the distributed key value store developed by CoreOS, is available.

Today we are thrilled to announce that open source CoreOS Linux is available in China. The community … Read in English

In only three years, CoreOS has grown from a company in a Silicon Valley garage that set out to rebuild the security of the Internet to a business leading the renaissance of cloud native infrastructure and advancements, building and bringing enterprise Kubernetes and GIFEE to all.

With the release of Kubernetes version 1.3 just around the corner, we’d like to share a preview of the CoreOS contributions helping guide the community toward this important milestone. Kubernetes is seeing a lot of early adoption in the enterprise and that continues to drive rapid feature development. The CoreOS team chose to concentrate on a few key areas that will further Kubernetes uptake in data centers around the world:

Persistent storage in container cluster infrastructure is one of the most interesting current problems in computing. Where do we store the voluminous stream of data that microservices produce and consume, especially when immutable, discrete application deployments are such a powerful pattern? As containers gain critical mass in enterprise deployments, how do we store all of this information in a way developers can depend on in any environment? How is the consistency and durability of that data assured in a world of dynamic, rapidly iterated application containers?

Update 2 (May 19): Read the post-mortem blog post dissecting this vulnerability and the CoreOS response

Update 1 (May 16 04:28 PDT): 99% of affected hosts have been updated

Today is an exciting day for us at CoreOS, and even more, it reveals the value and growth of the industry delivering the next major area of infrastructure advancement. Today CoreOS is backed by an additional $28 million in Series B investment from venture capital investors. This round is lead by GV (formerly Google Ventures), with Intel Capital, Accel, Fuel Capital, KPCB, Work-Bench Ventures, and Y Combinator Continuity fund participating. This brings CoreOS's total venture financing to $48 million in the course of the past two and a half years.

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