Fedora Atomic Host is a leading edge base operating system following the Project Atomic model. It is designed around Kubernetes and Docker containers. The images published here showcase that work. Note that the images have passed several levels of automated testing, but are not always subjected to.
The links below will provide you listings of available Atomic Host Hardware Virtual Machine (HVM) AMIs by region with buttons to launch them in your Amazon Web Services account. AMI IDs for usage with the AWS Console or command-line tools are also provided.
GP2 format AMIs use faster SSD storage; use these AMIs for speed, although note your storage costs will be more than standard.
Standard format AMIs are more suitable if you have infrequently accessed data and want to keep storage cost low.
Vagrant Boxes for Fedora Atomic Host are available for the VirtualBox and Libvirt providers. You can bring up Fedora Atomic Host in a vagrant box by downloading the images from Fedora or using the vagrant tools to pull the images from HashiCorp's Atlas.View Vagrant Downloads
For more information about running Vagrant on Fedora Workstation, see our wiki page.
This is Fedora 25 Cloud Atomic Host in a Qcow2-formatted image for use with OpenStack.Download
This is Fedora 25 Cloud Atomic Host in a compressed raw image format. If you're not sure what to use, try this.Download
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