Introduction To LXD: The Pure-container Hypervisor

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Stephane Graber

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What if you could move your Linux Virtual Machines straight to containers, easily, without modifying the apps or administration processes? LXD from Canonical is a pure-container hypervisor that takes the speed and latency of containers and brings them to the hypervisor world. LXD is a machine container, meaning they’re just like traditional physical and virtual machines. Join our webinar on February 7th with Technical Lead Stephane Graber to learn... >The difference between application & machine containers >How pure-container hypervisors such as LXD can reduce overhead >How to use LXD in practice from deployment to operations

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