This post will be the first in a series covering Flatcar Container Linux, covering everything you need to configure and deploy the OS at the edge. Check back each Friday for future installments.

I have been researching the optimized infrastructure stack to run Kubernetes at the edge. While K3s from Rancher comes across as the best Kubernetes distribution for the edge, the quest for an edge-optimized operating system (OS) continues.

During the holidays, I got a chance to explore Flatcar Container Linux, an OS that started as a fork from CoreOS Container Linux when Red Hat purchased CoreOS.


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