LinuxFest Northwest 2013

Bellingham, WA April 27th & 28th

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Seven problems of Linux Containers

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OpenVZ, which has turned 7 recently, is an implementation of lightweight virtualization technology for Linux, something which is also referred to as LXC or just containers. The talk gives an insight into 7 different problems with containers and how they were solved. While most of these problems and solutions belongs in the Linux kernel, kernel knowledge is not expected from the audience.

About Kir Kolyshkin:
was named leader and project manager for the OpenVZ project in 2005 to further the adoption of containers virtualization for Linux. He spearheads the overall development and manages all key architecture, updates and feature upgrades for OpenVZ. Kolyshkin has more than 10 years Linux experience and has long been an active open source advocate. He is a frequent speaker about virtualization technology and his 15-years career experience includes positions in information technology at Deutsche Bank and telecommunications company, Severtelecom. He holds a degree in Computer Science from the Ukhta State Technical University.

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Sunday, April 28, 2013 - 14:30 to 15:20