Since I mentioned Clear Linux at last night's meeting...
'Rewritten in the Go language, Intel Clear Containers 3.0 introduces
support for leveraging code used for namespace-based containers and
better integrates into the container ecosystem, allowing support for
Docker container engine and Kubernetes. It also improves the
compatibility with the POSIX family of standards.
"Today’s release presents a generational and architectural shift to
utilize virtcontainers, a modular and hypervisor agnostic library for
hardware virtualized containers. Clear Containers 3.0 is written in Go
language and boasts an OCI compatible runtime implementation
(cc-runtime) that works both on top of virtcontainers, and as a
platform for deployment," said Amy L Leeland, Technical Program
Manager, Intel Corporation.
Additionally, this release ships with a new agent based on the
libcontainer library that has been designed from the offset to let
users apply filters and policies, such as the well-known SELinux and
seccomp security facilities found in the Linux kernel, inside the
Clear Containers guests.'
Dept. of Computer Science
University of Waikato, NZ
+64 (7) 858-5174