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It seems similar like CoreOS before RedHar bought it.
Principal looks similar like CoreOS
Only difference it also includes Kubernetes package
Please share your thoughts on this.
You’re right. It does indeed look similar to CoreOS with the major difference being k8s baked into the distribution.