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Red Hat OCID and Container Security

Date and Time

Wednesday, January 18, 2017 from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Location

MIT Building E-51, Room 315

Presenters

Daniel J Walsh , Lead SELinux Engineer , Red Hat Software - dwalsh redhat com

Summary

Red Hat's new OCID container system, an alternative to Docker

Abstract

OCID (CRI-O) is a container runtime to be used with the Kubernetes Kublet. Specifically, it implements the Kubelet Container Runtime Interface (CRI) using OCI conformant runtimes. The goal of the OCID is to optimize running of containers in production, via Kubernetes and OpenShift.

At a high level, we expect the scope of OCID:

  • Support multiple image formats including the existing Docker image format
  • Support for multiple means to download images including trust & image verification
  • Container image management (managing image layers, overlay filesystems, etc)
  • Container process lifecycle management
  • Monitoring and logging required to satisfy the CRI
  • Resource isolation as required by the CRI

Second part of the talk will cover Container Security. We will cover all parts of container security from the importance of the kernel, to where you should run your containers, container separation and what you should run inside

Attachments

  1. Red Hat's OCID is a Docker Alternative, But Not a Fork
  2. Running production applications in containers: Introducing OCID
  3. Dan Walsh's slides (pdf)
  4. Dan Walsh's slides (html)
  5. Dan Walsh's slides (text)


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