LXD – the Linux container daemon

Dustin Kirkland

Dustin Kirkland

on 4 November 2014

Dustin Kirkland, Product Manager at Canonical introduces LXD (lex-dee), a new hypervisor that delivers capabilities to LXC containers that cloud users demand in scale out infrastructure. LXD is a persistent system daemon developed to enable the secure management and live migration of LXC (lex-cee) containers via an easy to use command line interface and REST API. Watch the video to hear more about it.

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