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In answer to this, Ben has spent the last year researching the most efficient way to run Containers directly on VMware's hypervisor and recently announced Project Bonneville. In this talk, Ben will take you under the covers of Bonneville to look at questions such as; how you can have a shared Linux kernel where every Container is privileged; how you can have containers without any Linux at all; and how VMware has brought dynamic resource constraints to the notion of a container host.
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Exploding the Linux Container Host
Ben Corrie is currently a Principle Investigator at VMware and is the lead inventor of Project Bonneville, which runs Docker containers directly on ESX. Ben has had a 17 year engineering career, principally focussed on solving complex resource management problems and developing optimizations in managed runtimes, such as the JVM