Containers track

Thursday, September 19, 2013 from 2:004:45pm
Celestin H

The Linux Plumbers 2013 Containers track is focusing on containers both in userspace and in the kernel.

We’ll have presence from various kernel developers, the upstream team for OpenVZ and for LXC.

Talks will go from describing new work being done in the kernel that the userspace will then be able to leverage to presentation of new exciting features implemented by one of the userspace tools

Microconference Leaders

Stéphane Graber, Pavel Emelyanov, Serge Hallyn, Kirill Kolyshkin

Sessions for this track

* Containers control tools: can we unify those?

Now that the kernel supports both LXC and OpenVZ do we really need two different tool sets? If not, how should we unify the user visible container control plane.
Kirill Kolyshkin, Stéphane Graber

* Device namespace

Present the device namespace implementation by cellrox and discuss upstreaming.
Oren Laadan, Amir Goldstein

* Fedora/systemd on lxc status

Discuss plans to ensure systemd-based distros continue to work on lxc.
Michael H Warfield

* Let Me Contain That For You!

Redesign of container management and its use at Google. (slides)
Rohit Jnagal

* LXC and Android

Ever wanted to run Android in a container or run a Linux distro in a container on Android?
Stéphane Graber

* On the road to LXC 1.0

Overview of what features to expect for LXC 1.0 and hints on how to help us get there.
Stéphane Graber, Serge Hallyn

* State of CRIU (Checkpoint Restart In Userspace) and integration with LXC

A tour over checkpoint-restore project features and plans followed by a discussion on integrating this with LXC.
Serge Hallyn, Pavel Emelianov

* Use Cases for Containers in OpenStack

Use Cases for Containers in OpenStack
Daniel Salinas

* User namespace work

Current state and expected timeline for completion of unprivileged containers
Serge Hallyn