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CoreOS delivers container security with Clair

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CoreOS the makers of Linux for massive server deployments and a container power in its own right, launched an early version of Clair, an open source container image security analyzer late last year. Today, CoreOS released Clair version 1.0 and it's ready for production workloads.

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