Containers track

Friday, October 17, 2014 from 9:00amNoon
Room 28
 

In the last year containers on Linux have seen a number of new technologies and changes. Changes to cgroups, new tools like docker and lmctfy and continued maturity of the supporting Linux subsystems.

Microconference Leaders

Brandon Philips, St├ęphane Graber

Sessions for this track

* Are containers that we have now secure enough?

Let's discuss what security aspects we may have with existing implementation of containers in the kernel (slides)
Containers
Pavel Emelyanov, Vladimir Davydov

* Checkpoint/restore of containers with CRIU

Current status and plans for LXC/Docker and CRIU integration. (slides)
Containers
Pavel Emelyanov, Serge Hallyn, Tycho Andersen, Saied Kazemi

* Dynamic device management in an LXC environment

A proposed framework to allow I/O devices (displays, keyboard, mice) to be dynamically bound and unbound to an LXC container (slides)
Containers
Michael Coss

* FUSE mounts from user namespaces

Status update and demo of mounting filesystems from unprivileged containers using FUSE (slides)
Containers
Seth Forshee

* How far are we from running distributions inside containers?

Let's discuss the missing kernel functionality for running Linux distributions inside containers
Containers
Amir Goldstein, Oren Laadan

* Kubernetes and Google: 5 lessons learned from 8+ years of containers

Explaining some of the decisions we made in Kubernetes as a result of our experiences inside Google. (slides)
Containers
Victor Marmol

* LXC after 1.0

Looking at the future for LXC after the 1.0 release.
Containers
St├ęphane Graber

* Resource management across different tools

Effectively managing machine resources using different cgroup tools.
Containers
Rohit Jnagal

* systemd and containers: standards, integration, and APIs

systemd manages cgroups, runs in containers, and manages containers. In this session I'll given an overview about the details.
Containers
Lennart Poettering