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25 March 2019

Kubernetes 1.14 now available from Canonical

Canonical announcements Article

March 25, 2019 Canonical announces full enterprise support for Kubernetes 1.14 using kubeadm deployments, its Charmed Kubernetes, and MicroK8s, its popular single-node deployment of Kubernetes. MicroK8s provides Kubernetes 1.14 on any Linux desktop, server or VM – over 40 Linux distros. Mac and Windows are supported too, with multipass. E ...

Stéphane Graber
4 September 2017

LXD Weekly Status #13: Snap data migration, Open Source Summit & more

Cloud and server Article

Weekly status for the week of the 28th to the 3rd of September 2017. Introduction The main focus for this past week has been the preparation for LXC 2.1. We’ve now issued a call for testing and expect it to release tomorrow (Tuesday). On the LXD side of things, we’ve been working through bug reports quite a ...

Stéphane Graber
18 April 2016

Directly interacting with the LXD API

Cloud and server Article

The next post in the LXD series is currently blocked on a pending kernel fix, so I figured I’d do an out of series post on how to use the LXD API directly.Setting up the LXD daemonThe LXD REST API can be accessed over either a local Unix socket or over HTTPs. The protocol in both case is identical, the only difference being that the Unix ...

Stéphane Graber
16 February 2016

Running snaps in LXD containers

Cloud and server Article

Introduction The LXD and AppArmor teams have been working to support loading AppArmor policies inside LXD containers for a while. This support which finally landed in the latest Ubuntu kernels now makes it possible to install snap packages. Snap packages … Continue reading → ...