LXC – LinuX Containers:
It's safe to say that today's cloud computing wouldn't be nearly as prevalent without virtual environments. But virtual machines that emulate hardware (VirtualBox, VMware, QEMU, etc.) can be resource intensive and slow to provision. LXC (LinuX Containers) is an operating system-level virtualization solution that allows for running multiple isolated Linux systems (containers) on a single control host. It allows for flexible and rapid provisioning without requiring additional resources to emulate hardware. Scott Moser is a member of Canonical and has been working extensively with LXC as LXC forms one of the local deployment strategies for testing Juju. But LXC can be used for so much more. In this presentation Scott will talk about how to get started with LXC containers, their uses, and what applications they have in the development and deployment process.
Scott Moser is currently the Ubuntu Server Technical Lead at Canonical Ltd.
Plus we'll have an eBook giveaway courtesy of O'Reilly Media and our usual fare of fun and thought-provoking discussion!
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