Fedora Silverblue is a variant of Fedora Workstation that is composed and delivered using ostree technology. It uses some of the same RPMs found in Fedora Workstation but delivers them in a way that produces an “immutable host” for the end user. This provides atomic upgrades for end users and allows users to move to a fully containerized environment using traditional containers and flatpaks.
Micah Abbott is a Principal Quality Engineer working for Red Hat. He remembers his first introduction to Linux was during university when someone showed him Red Hat Linux running on a DEC Alpha Workstation. He’s dabbled with various distributions in the following years, but has always had a soft spot for Fedora. Micah has recently been contributing towards the development of Fedora/Red Hat CoreOS and before that Project Atomic. He enjoys engaging with the community to help solve problems that users are facing and has most recently been spending a lot of time involved with the Fedora Silverblue community.
View the classroom here: Fedora YouTube Channel: Getting to Know Silverblue
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