Fedora Atomic Host available in Digital Ocean

The latest release of Fedora Atomic Host was announced earlier this week, and for the first time is also available on Digital Ocean. The Project Atomic blog has more details, including how to set up a new instance via either the Digital Ocean web interface or the dotctl CLI.


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  1. This is now on Dply, too — an experimental service which lets you try a Digital Ocean cloud image for two hours (as many times as you like) for free. You just need a GitHub login and ssh key, and then click https://dply.co/b/WW9tN082

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