matchbox - Network boot and provision Container Linux clusters (e.g. etcd3, Kubernetes, more)

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matchbox is a service that matches bare-metal machines (based on labels like MAC, UUID, etc.) to profiles that PXE boot and provision Container Linux clusters. Profiles specify the kernel/initrd, kernel arguments, iPXE config, GRUB config, Container Linux Config, or other configs a machine should use. Matchbox can be installed as a binary, RPM, container image, or deployed on a Kubernetes cluster and it provides an authenticated gRPC API for clients like Terraform.

https://coreos.com/matchbox/docs/latest/
https://github.com/coreos/matchbox

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