In this briefing, Red Hat's Adel Zaalouk introduces OpenShift sandboxed containers and gives an overview on the upcoming tech-preview of the product and technology along with its  features.

 

Here’s a sneak peak of what’s in the pipeline related to this topic:

Here’s a link to the slides from this OpenShift Commons Briefing.

Additional References:

​​Practical and effective sandboxing for Linux containers - Zhiyuan Wan, David Lo, Xin Xia & Liang Cai

User-level Resource-constrained Sandboxing - Chang F, Itzkovitz A, Karamcheti V

Study of Firecracker MicroVM." - Madhur Jain [5

SELinux changes for KVM-separated (Kata) containers - Dan Walsh

Check out these additional resources:

We are looking forward to meeting and interacting with the OpenShift Commons community and hearing your use cases, feedback and suggestions for future enhancements, please reach out if there’s a topic you’d like to discuss or hear more about!


Join the OpenShift Commons to hear about future OpenShift Commons Briefings and join the conversation globally to help enable the open source, container-driven hybrid cloud. Join Annette Clewett (Red Hat) and Jonathan Katz (Crunchy Data) at the next OpenShift Commons Briefing for “Database Disaster Recovery Made Easy: Building a Metro HA Postgres Cluster with OpenShift Data Foundation” on July 26 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. in Central European Standard Time (CEST).


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