Intel re­leases Clear Con­tain­ers 3.0 with Go lan­guage con­struc­tion

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Intel’s Clear Linux has launched a new gen­er­a­tion of its con­tain­ers project

Clear Con­tain­ers. De­buted as the Clear Con­tain­ers 3.0, the new ver­sion brings sup­port for lever­ag­ing code used for names­pace-based con­tain­ers and im­proves in­te­gra­tion in the con­tainer ecosys­tem.

The most sig­nif­i­cant change in Clear Con­tain­ers 3.0 is its Go lan­guage build. Intel’s Clear Linux team has fi­nally de­cided to switch from C lan­guage to Go. The new Clear Con­tain­ers ver­sion also comes with a new agent based on the lib­con­tainer li­brary. Users can use the li­brary to ap­ply poli­cies and fil­ters such as SELinux and Sec­comp within the Clear Con­tainer guest mode.

In ad­di­tion to the ma­jor im­prove­ments to

Clear Con­tain­ers, Intel has up­graded CC-run­time that now in­cludes com­pat­i­bil­ity with the OCI run­time spec­i­fi­ca­tion and Docker en­gine. Users can also run the plat­form us­ing Ku­ber­netes through CRI-O. This new de­vel­op­ment en­ables users to run both trusted and un­trusted work­loads in a Ku­ber­netes clus­ter on bare metal.

Clear Con­tain­ers 3.0 can be down­loaded from its GitHub repos­i­tory.

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