With CoreOS, developers can now easily spin up Docker containers on DigitalOcean

Awesome! Will be a great way to easily create FuseESB services on the cheap.


DigitalOcean will announce Friday that it is now supporting Linux OS specialist CoreOS, giving developers an easier way to deploy Docker containers on its platform.

Users will now have the option to choose CoreOS as the base image that acts as the foundation for spinning up new servers; all a user has to do is create a droplet — a combination of compute, storage and networking resources — chose the region and location of the server, and then click on a CoreOS icon that will trigger the server’s launch, explained Mitch Wainer, DigitalOcean’s co-founder and chief marketing officer.

[company]CoreOS[/company] has made a name for itself in recent months as a supplier of a custom-built Linux OS that can power Docker containers. With CoreOS running on [company]DigitalOcean[/company], users should be able to run Docker on DigitalOcean while also taking advantage of CoreOS’s cluster management service and server-patching capabilities, said CoreOS…

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