Trying lxd for the first time. Didn't take long to shoot up an #Ubuntu VM and deploy my standard #Ansible stack there. Nice. Haven't got very deep into it yet but possibly my need for #Vagrant has been replaced.
#LXD 2.17 has been released https://insights.ubuntu.com/2017/08/23/lxd-2-17-has-been-released/ #canonical
LXD 2.17 has been released
The changes in this release include New features: Add support for specifying the ceph user (using the “ceph.user.name” property) Implement “instance types” as an easy way to specify limits (e.g. “lxc launch ubuntu:16.04 -t t2.micro”) Add a new “lxc query” command as a low level query tool for the LXD API (similar to curl but [...]
Condensing Your Infrastructure with System #Containers https://www.linux.com/blog/event/open-source-summit-na/2017/7/condensing-your-infrastructure-system-containers #canonical #ubuntu #lxd
Condensing Your Infrastructure with System Containers
When most people hear the word containers, they probably think of Docker containers, which are application containers. But, there are other kinds of containers, for example, system containers like LXC/LXD.
#Ubuntu Server 17.04 Ships with #OpenStack Ocata, #LXD 2.12, #QEMU 2.8 & #Libvirt 2.5 http://news.softpedia.com/news/ubuntu-server-17-04-ships-with-openstack-ocata-lxd-2-12-qemu-2-8-libvirt-2-5-514872.shtml #gnu #linux
Ubuntu Server 17.04 Ships with OpenStack Ocata, LXD 2.12, QEMU 2.8 & Libvirt 2.5
DPDK 16.11.1 has been included as well in this release