What’s New in Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host 7.2.5
It’s been a busy few weeks for us on the Atomic Host team, and we’re excited to announce the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host 7.2.5! This is a big one too. For those not familiar with our release cadence, we release a new version of Atomic Host every six weeks. This enables us to balance the reliability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux with exciting new features and capabilities from our Project Atomic upstream community in a production ready, supportable manor.
Now, let’s walk through some key new features in Atomic Host:
In 7.2.5, the docker container engine has been upgraded to 1.10.3 and provides a wide range of capabilities including being able to run unprivileged, systemd-based containers.
In our previous release we announced that we will now release two versions of the Docker container runtime – “docker” and “docker-latest.” The standard “docker” package has tight integration and testing with Red Hat’s versions of Kubernetes and OpenShift. For users who do not leverage Kubernetes or OpenShift integration, but want to follow the upstream Docker engine, we now provide the “docker-latest” package. Users can leverage “docker” or “docker-latest” and expect a stable, supported experience.
Read the entire article here, What’s New in Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host 7.2.5
via the fine folks at Red Hat.