Using Linux Containers and Docker for Reliable Service

From time to time, I need to access the web server belonging to a company I do some work for. It’s only used by their employees plus consultants like me, so it’s pretty basic. Just enough to get the job done. The main page carries this warning: This web site will be down for maintenance […]
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Linux Virtualization Part 4: Manage, Monitor, and Control Your Virtual Machines with libvirt

I’ve been writing the last two weeks about Linux virtualization, including how to use Containers and Docker and how to virtualize multiple operating systems on different architectures. We can do many powerful things, but you may be getting worried — how hard is it to control all these widely varying virtualization technologies? There’s good news: […]
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Linux Virtualization Part 2: Package and Ship Your Linux Applications with Containers and Docker

Last week, I gave you an overview of the spectrum of Linux virtualization technologies – Part 1: Linux Virtualization, and explained the simplest and highest-performance end. The problem with doing everything with chroot is that it takes a lot of work to set things up and there is only limited separation between the virtualized environment […]
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How To Use Linux Containers (LXC) With LVM

Last week I was explaining how Logical Volume Management or LVM was useful for file system maintenance on Linux. Containers are all the rage on Linux now, and LVM supports them very nicely. Let’s see how to do that! First, though, what are Linux Containers or LXC? LXC or a container is a virtualization environment. […]
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