Announcing Kata Containers 1.0
The 1.0 release of Kata Containers is here! Thank you to the more than 40 individuals who have contributed to the first release of Kata Containers and to developing the Kata community.
This first release of Kata Containers completes the merger of Intel’s Clear Containers and Hyper’s runV technologies, and delivers an OCI compatible runtime with seamless integration for container ecosystem technologies like Docker and Kubernetes. Not familiar with Kata Containers? Watch a session about Kata, or read the one pager.
You can get started with Kata Containers today by visiting the Kata GitHub.
Start with the Install Guide.
Kata Containers 1.0.0 components:
Kata Containers runtime 1.0.0 (in the /runtime repo)
Kata Containers proxy 1.0.0 (in the /proxy repo)
Kata Containers shim 1.0.0 (in the /shim repo)
Kata Containers agent 1.0.0 (in the /agent repo)
KSM throttler 1.0.0 (in the /ksm-throttler repo)
Guest operating system building scripts (in the /osbuilder repo)
- Have a feature request? File a GitHub issue, subscribe to the developer mailing list, and join the Architecture Committee calls
- Want to spread the word about Kata? Join the Kata Working Committee calls and swing by #working-committee in the Kata Slack
- Stay up to date: Sign up for email announcements, join us on IRC freenode (#kata-general and #kata-dev) or Slack, and follow along on Twitter
Thank you to the Kata Containers 1.0 code contributors:
James O. D. Hunt
Jose Carlos Venegas Munoz
And to the many more who helped shape the first release of Kata through advising technical direction, community development and governance, and more.