Certified Kubernetes distribution & container-related technologies built by the openSUSE community
Configuration files in /etc and /usr/etc
Dec 5, 2019
Intro As some may have already noticed, openSUSE MicroOS introduced a /usr/etc directory and some configuration files are already moved to this directory. What’s behind this move? For a better understanding, let’s first look how configuration files are handled by RPM today: RPM and Configuration Files RPM has limited support...
Private and Air-Gap registry for openSUSE Kubic
Nov 15, 2019
Intro Sometimes there are occasions where direct internet access is not possible (proxy/offline/airgapped). Even in this setups it is possible to deploy and use Kubernetes with openSUSE Kubic and a local private registry. In this blog I will explain how to setup a local server which acts as private registry...
toolbox - bring your own (debugging) utilities with you
Oct 22, 2019
Intro Our Container Host OS openSUSE MicroOS and our Kubernetes platform openSUSE Kubic are both using transactionl-update to apply patches to the system. This implies that a read-only root filesystem is used. While this has big advantages, like it allows to update a cluster automatically in a safe way, this...
Multi-purpose Standalone & Kubernetes Container Operating System based on openSUSE MicroOS
Tumbleweed-Kubic currently offers the following supported System Roles which can be selected during Installation
- openSUSE MicroOS
- kubeadm - Certified Kubernetes stack configured using kubeadm atop an openSUSE MicroOS base system
Certified Kubernetes Distribution using kubeadm atop an openSUSE MicroOS base system
Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerised applications. Kubic uses kubeadm to provide an easy way of configuring a Kubernetes cluster across multiple machines, while our MicroOS base keeps your operating system updated automatically, with fully atomic rollbacks if required.kubeadm Documentation
openSUSE Tumbleweed based OS providing Transactional (Atomic) Updates upon a read-only btrfs root filesystem
Designed to host container workloads with automated administration & patching. Installing the openSUSE MicroOS System Role from Kubic you get a quick, small environment for deploying Containers, or any other workload that benefits from Transactional Updates. MicroOS will also soon be offered as Virtual Machine ImagesMicroOS Documentation