Session
FOSDEM Schedule 2021
Distributions

openSUSE MicroOS, a platform for everything from containers, to IoT, and even the desktop

Bigger isn't better, slower isn't safer
D.distributions
Richard Brown
An overview and discussion regarding the openSUSE Project's latest rolling-release distribution, MicroOS. The session will detail how concerns regarding the stability of rolling releases are addressed by narrowing the scope of OS, and using technologies like (Atomic) Transactional Updates and automated health checking to guarantee the system keeps working. The session will cover how MicroOS is developed, and the broad range of suitable use cases, from Container server workloads, to Raspberry Pi's and Desktops including real-world examples from the community.

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