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Wednesday, November 7 • 5:00pm - 5:30pm
Building Application Sandboxes on Top of KVM or LXC Using libvirt - Daniel Berrange, Red Hat

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Historically most usage of virtualization has focused on running entire operating systems in virtual machines or containers. The libvirt-sandbox toolkit builds on libvirt, KVM & LXC, to provide a high level API and command line tools to facilitate the use of virtualization as a technology for creating secure application sandboxes, without the burden of maintaining additional OS installations. The talk will cover the architecture of the sandbox technology, the challenges faced in its design & implementation, use cases it can address and the scope for future development. 

The talk is suitable for a broad audience, covering system administrators, application developers & virtualization platform developers. A basic understanding of virtualization and security concepts is assumed. The audience will learn what capabilities the API & tools provide & how they can be applied to their environment


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Daniel Berrange

Daniel has been a software developer working on open source projects for Red Hat since 2002. For the last 7 years his primary role has been as a technical lead on the libvirt project and architect of related virtualization tools building on libvirt with K


Wednesday November 7, 2012 5:00pm - 5:30pm
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