Getting Started with rkt


This February, CoreOS announced that their [rkt container runtime had graduated to version 1.0](https://coreos.com/blog/rkt-hits-1.0.html” target=”_blank). rkt has come a long way since its initial announcement in December 2014, so now’s a good time to take a closer look and consider how it fits into the rapidly changing container ecosystem.

This article is intended for people who are new to [rkt](https://coreos.com/rkt/” target=”_blank) but have some experience with Linux containers, e.g., with Docker. Throughout this post, I’ll be assuming you’re using rkt with systemd on Linux.

Read more at http://blog.codeship.com/getting-started-rkt/

Published by Luke Bond on YLD Engineering Blog


Written by YLDMarch 4th, 2016


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