Fedora CoreOS Server
Preview of the Vultr management interface for Fedora CoreOS on a mobile device.
Fedora CoreOS
Preview of the Vultr server deploy page control panel for Fedora CoreOS on a web browser.

Why choose Fedora CoreOS

As soon as you click deploy, the Vultr cloud orchestration takes over and spins up your instance in your desired data center.

A Leader In Container Infrastructure

Fedora CoreOS is an operating system geared towards more advanced users comfortable managing a container environment. Benefits include a container management system as well as the ability to roll through OS updates seamlessly.

Develop locally, deploy globally®

32 worldwide locations

Amsterdam NL
Atlanta, GA US
Bangalore IN
Chicago, IL US
Dallas, TX US
Delhi NCR IN
Frankfurt DE
Honolulu, HI US
Johannesburg ZA
London GB
Los Angeles, CA US
Madrid ES
Manchester GB
Melbourne AU
Mexico City MX
Miami, FL US
Mumbai IN
New Jersey, NJ US
Osaka JP
Paris FR
Santiago CL
São Paulo BR
Seattle, WA US
Seoul KR
Silicon Valley, CA US
Singapore SG
Stockholm SE
Sydney AU
Tel Aviv IL
Tokyo JP
Toronto CA
Warsaw PL
32 locations

Deploy your Fedora CoreOS instance

Choose from a wide range of products.

Easy to manage

Our easy-to-use control panel and API let you spend more time coding and less time managing your infrastructure.

Vultr Control Panel
Vultr Control Panel - Current charges
Vultr Control Panel - Current charges
Vultr Control Panel - Dashboard on desktop
Vultr Control Panel - Choose Application
Vultr Control Panel - Choose server Location
Vultr Control Panel - Available Addons
Vultr Control Panel - One-Click Deploy
Vultr Control Panel - Backup Status
Vultr Control Panel - DDoS Status
Vultr Control Panel - Server Actions
Vultr Control Panel - Manage Server

Additional resources

Documentation and FAQs for Fedora CoreOS


How do I change the Fedora CoreOS hostname?
How do I keep Fedora CoreOS secure?

We recommend several security practices: Make sure you have automatic backups enabled. Perform all admin tasks via sudo as the core user. Use the Vultr firewall to protect your instance.

I can't log in to my instance. How do I regain access?

Connect to the Vultr Web Console and boot in single user mode to reset passwords or update SSH keys.

Where can I find networking help for Fedora CoreOS?

We have help available for many networking topics: Learn how to configure a virtual private cloud. See our troubleshooting guide for general network issues, firewall questions, and see which network ports are blocked by default.

How do I recover data from a Fedora CoreOS instance that won't boot?

The Vultr Web Console is available if you cannot reach your server by SSH. See our recovery guide using bootable ISOs such as Finnix.

How do I change the Fedora CoreOS hostname?

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