»Containers without a Container Manager, with systemd«
2017-10-21, 16:00–16:30, Event Loft

systemd service management today supports a number of the features that container management is known for, but for classic system services. Let's see which ones, and how to make use of them.

systemd service management today supports a number of the features that container management is known for, but for classic system services. Let's see which ones, and how to make use of them.

We'll talk about sandboxing, resource bundling, service management and resource management, and more. We'll discuss what container managers can do, that systemd service management can't and vice versa. Last but not least we'll have a look at systemd-nspawn, systemd's very own container manager and what it adds on top of systemd's native service management.