System Stacks for Linux* OS
The System Stacks for Linux OS are a set of production ready, containerized reference architectures with integrated, highly-performant, open source components optimized for 2nd generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors. Highly-tuned and built for cloud native environments, the stacks help developers to prototype quickly by reducing complexity associated with integrating multiple software components, while still giving users the flexibility to customize their solutions.
This open source community release is part of an effort to ensure developers have easy access to the features and functionality of Intel Platforms.
For info on end-to-end usecases using the stacks please refer to the stacks-usecase repository.
We’d love to accept your patches, if you have improvements to stacks, send us your pull requests or if you find any issues, raise an issue. Contributions can be anything from documentation updates to optimizations!
See our public mailing list page for details on how to contact us. You should only subscribe to the Stacks mailing lists using an email address that you don’t mind being public.