Linux (kernel) containerization without Docker/runc/OCI

When (day):
15:00 - 16:00

About this session

A Linux® container is a set of 1 or more processes that are isolated from the rest of the system. That is available in Linux/Unix (kernel) from decade. In this topic, will explore the layers, isolation, privileges, environments/resource utilization etc for a Linux process and use the same as container/isolated env. Also will discuss the security concerns regarding why not Docker. It will help students, working professionals to understand the concepts of Linux kernel namespace and kernel level privileges for containerization.