The Enterprise Kubernetes Solution

Run containers on Kubernetes with enterprise-grade security, scalability, and reliability

Effortless Mobility with Tectonic
Effortless Mobility

Painlessly move your applications between cloud and data center

Consistent Environments with Tectonic
Consistent Environments

Deploy applications consistently and securely between environments

Painless Updates with Tectonic
Painless Security Updates

Keep your software up to date with easy patching and wholistic system views

Expert Assistance with Tectonic
Expert Assistance

24x7 support from the team that built and contributed to CoreOS Linux, etcd, Docker, rkt, and Kubernetes

Distributed Trusted Computing

Distributed Trusted Computing allows enterprises to cryptographically verify the integrity of their entire environment, from hardware to the distributed cluster.

With this secure configuration of Tectonic Enterprise, you can trust and verify that your machines have been booted securely, cyptographically audit the containers that have run on the cluster, and prevent attacks that involve modifying firmware, bootloader, the OS itself, or the deployment pipeline.

Tectonic Trusted Computing
Cryptographic verification at each layer of Tectonic with Distributed Trusted Computing platform.
CoreOS Named a Gartner Cool Vendor
 in Servers and Virtualization, 2015
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Tectonic Console

A powerful, user-friendly console provides a full view of your running apps. Easily deploy new versions of your app.
Advanced techniques are a click away: rolling upgrades, canary instances, and blue/green deployments.
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The Story of Tectonic

CoreOS CEO Alex Polvi explains the story of Tectonic and how it is the Universal Kubernetes Solution for enterprises.

Distributed Trusted Computing

CoreOS CEO Alex Polvi announcing Distributed Trusted Computing at Tectonic Summit 2015.

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With a flood of choices to make in developer infrastructure and more arriving by the day, the demand for opinionated infrastructure that makes sensible choices is growing - particularly in the container space.This is the challenge that Tectonic was built for, to provide an integrated container-based solution.
Stephen O'Grady, Redmonk
Stephen O'Grady
Principal Analyst with RedMonk
We introduced Kubernetes to bring cluster-first management to the multi-cloud world. With this announcement, CoreOS is helping us realize that vision: a fully supported, enterprise grade version of Kubernetes that runs everywhere.
Craig McLuckie, Google
Craig McLuckie
Product Lead for Kubernetes
Containers are evolving extremely quickly to become more than just a standalone developer tool,” said Gary Chen, Research Manager, Cloud and Virtualization System Software at IDC. “Customers are increasingly looking to deploy complete container solutions that address developers and operations. With Tectonic, CoreOS is on the right track by pulling together a suite of key open source components, including the milestone Kubernetes 1.0 release, into a complete and supported stack for the enterprise.
Gary Chen, IDC
Gary Chen
Analyst at IDC
Tectonic provides a consistent and simplified operational framework that can be utilized to securely and more easily manage containers across hybrid cloud infrastructure. This can potentially enable businesses to reduce costs, enhance their Dev/Ops capabilities and gain a competitive edge through more rapid application development and deployment.
Colm Keegan, ESG
Colm Keegan
Cloud Analyst at ESG