[kata-dev] Kata Containers 1.0.0
anne at openstack.org
Tue May 22 14:27:38 UTC 2018
Congratulations to everyone on this release! This is a huge milestone not only technically, but for us as an open source community. Since December, you all have come together and worked across companies, across time zones, and with people you’d never met before, and made a new project happen.
Thank you to everyone who contributed, whether that was in commits, reviews, or community organizing, and for all the late nights and early mornings that went into Kata 1.0. If you’re at the OpenStack Summit today, we’ll be having a thank you toast to the Kata contributors at 4:10 in room 217. Every Kata supporter—1.0 contributor or not—is welcome to join.
Congrats and Kata on!
anne at openstack.org | irc: annabelleB
> On May 22, 2018, at 6:08 AM, Davanum Srinivas <davanum at gmail.com> wrote:
> Congrats on the milestone!
> -- Dims
> On Tue, May 22, 2018 at 1:10 AM, Samuel Ortiz <sameo at linux.intel.com> wrote:
>> We went from 2 separate OCI runtimes living in different projects,
>> following different development processes, and implementing different
>> architectures, to a converged and unified architecture in roughly
>> 6 months. This is quite an achievement and shows how constructive
>> and open collaboration can do wonders.
>> Many thanks to all contributors for the hard work!
>> On Tue, May 22, 2018 at 07:00:19AM +0000, Ernst, Eric wrote:
>>> The Kata Containers team is very happy to announce the release of Kata 1.0.0!
>>> We’ve been very busy since announcing the project in December, and the resulting project provides a set repositories that combined create an OCI compatible runtime that provides the best of Virtual Machines and Containers.
>>> See the full release notes:
>>> For prior users of runv and Clear Containers, please see the upgrade recommendations:
>>> To learn more about the design of Kata Containers, please see the architectural overview:
>>> Thanks to everyone on the team, and looking forward to more contributors and starting preparation of the next release, which will include more exciting features for the Kata project.
>>> Kata Containers team.
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