addon-lxdone - Allows OpenNebula to manage Linux Containers via LXD

  •        30

LXDoNe is an addon for OpenNebula to manage LXD Containers. It fits in the Virtualization and Monitorization Driver section according to OpenNebula's Architecture. It uses the pylxd API for several container tasks. This addon is the continuation of LXCoNe, an addon for LXC. Check the blog entry in OpenNebula official site. LXD is a daemon which provides a REST API to drive LXC containers. Containers are lightweight OS-level Virtualization instances, they behave like Virtual Machines but don't suffer from hardware emulation processing penalties by sharing the kernel with the host. They run bare-metal-like, simple containers can boot up in 2 seconds consuming less than 32MB of RAM and a minimal fraction of a CPU Core. Check out this performance comparison against KVM if you don't know much about LXD.

https://opennebula.org/lxdone-lightweight-virtualization-for-opennebula/
https://github.com/OpenNebula/addon-lxdone

Tags
Implementation
License
Platform

   




Related Projects

OpenNebula - Data Center Management Solution

  •    C++

OpenNebula provides solution for building and managing virtualized enterprise data centers and cloud infrastructures to enable on-premise IaaS clouds. OpenNebula interoperability makes cloud an evolution by leveraging existing IT assets, protecting your investments, and avoiding vendor lock-in. penNebula was designed to address the requirements of business use cases from leading companies and across multiple industries, such as Hosting, Telecom, eGovernment, Utility Computing and lot more.

one - OpenNebula cloud management platform

  •    C++

OpenNebula is an open-source project delivering a simple but feature-rich and flexible solution to build and manage enterprise clouds and virtualized data centers.

lxd - Daemon based on liblxc offering a REST API to manage containers

  •    Go

LXD is a next generation system container manager. It offers a user experience similar to virtual machines but using Linux containers instead. It's image based with pre-made images available for a wide number of Linux distributions and is built around a very powerful, yet pretty simple, REST API.

rainbond - Serverless PaaS , A new generation of easy-to-use cloud management platforms based on kubernetes

  •    Go

Rainbond is an application-centric Platform as a Service, with innovative concept and complete ecological comes from continuous verification and optimization. By integrating best practices of Kubernetes based containers management, Service Mesh microservice architecture, CI/CD and multiple data center resource management, Rainbond provides full life-cycle management of cloud native applications, connects application and infrastructure, application and application, infrastructure and infrastructure.

zabbix-docker-monitoring - :whale: Docker/Kubernetes/Mesos/Marathon/Chronos/LXC/LXD/Swarm container monitoring - Docker image, Zabbix template and C module

  •    C

If you like or use this project, please provide feedback to author - Star it ★ and write what's missing for you.Monitoring of Docker container by using Zabbix. Available CPU, mem, blkio, net container metrics and some containers config details, e.g. IP, name, ... Zabbix Docker module has native support for Docker containers (Systemd included) and should also support a few other container types (e.g. LXC) out of the box. Please feel free to test and provide feedback/open issue. The module is focused on performance, see section Module vs. UserParameter script.


dockerlite - Lightweight virtualization system based on LXC and BTRFS. See dotcloud/docker.

  •    Shell

Dockerlite lets you run Linux apps in lightweight, isolated environments, using LXC (Linux Containers). It is inspired by Docker and it actually reimplements some of its most basic features. Using BTRFS snapshots, dockerlite can save the state of a given environment in a frozen "image", and later, create more environments ("containers") out of that image.

pulumi - Pulumi is an SDK for cloud native infrastructure as code

  •    Go

The Pulumi Cloud Native Development Platform is the easiest way to create and deploy cloud programs that use containers, serverless functions, hosted services, and infrastructure, on any cloud. Simply write code in your favorite language and Pulumi automatically provisions and manages your AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform, and/or Kubernetes resources, using an infrastructure-as-code approach. Skip the YAML, and use standard language features like loops, functions, classes, and package management that you already know and love.

molecule - Molecule aids in the development and testing of Ansible roles.

  •    Python

Molecule is designed to aid in the development and testing of Ansible roles. Molecule provides support for testing with multiple instances, operating systems and distributions, virtualization providers, test frameworks and testing scenarios. Molecule is opinionated in order to encourage an approach that results in consistently developed roles that are well-written, easily understood and maintained. Molecule uses Ansible playbooks to exercise the role and its associated tests. Molecule supports any provider [1] that Ansible supports.

FOSS-Cloud - Virtualization- and Cloud-Services

  •    PHP

The FOSS-Cloud is a Software, which enables you, to build your own Private or your Public-Cloud. The FOSS-Cloud environment (software and hardware) is an integrated and redundant server infrastructure to provide cloud-Services, Windows or Linux based SaaS, Terminal Server, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) or virtual server-environmens. It makes virtual machines available, which can be accessed from internally as well as from the Internet.

openQRM - Datacenter Management and Cloud Computing Platform

  •    Java

openQRM a web-based open source datacenter management and cloud computing platform that integrates flexibly with your existing datacenter components. openQRM supports the all major virtualization technologies. It automates provisioning, virtualization, storage and configuration management, and it takes care of high-availability. A self-service cloud portal with integrated billing system enables end-users to request new managed servers and application stacks on-demand.

OpenStack - Software for building Private and Public Clouds

  •    Python

OpenStack is a cloud operating system that controls large pools of compute, storage, and networking resources throughout a datacenter, all managed through a dashboard that gives administrators control while empowering their users to provision resources through a web interface.

Univention Corporate Server - Easy administration of your IT infrastructure

  •    C

Univention Corporate Server is a preconfigured, 100% open source Linux server and IT management system. It is free of charge and perfect for providing Microsoft Server-like services on the cloud or on the premises, to run and operate corporate IT environments with Windows- and Linux-based clients and to extend those environments with proven enterprise software, also either on the cloud or on the premises.

Apollo - :rocket: An open-source platform for cloud native applications based on Apache Mesos and Docker

  •    Python

Apollo is an open source project to aid with building and deploying IAAS and PAAS services. It is particularly geared towards managing containerized applications across multiple hosts, and big data type workloads. Apollo leverages other open source components to provide basic mechanisms for deployment, maintenance, and scaling of infrastructure and applications.However, the majority of initial development is happening on AWS so most of our instructions and scripts are built around that. Stayed tuned for more cloud provider support! If you make it work on other infrastructure please let us know and contribute instructions/code. For more info on cloud support see our roadmap.

lxc - LXC - Linux Containers

  •    C

LXC is the well-known and heavily tested low-level Linux container runtime. It is in active development since 2008 and has proven itself in critical production environments world-wide. Some of its core contributors are the same people that helped to implement various well-known containerization features inside the Linux kernel. LXC's main focus is system containers. That is, containers which offer an environment as close as possible as the one you'd get from a VM but without the overhead that comes with running a separate kernel and simulating all the hardware.

triton - Joyent Triton DataCenter: a cloud management platform with first class support for containers

  •    Makefile

Triton DataCenter (just "Triton" for short, formerly "SmartDataCenter" and "SDC") is an open-source cloud management platform that delivers next generation, container-based, service-oriented infrastructure across one or more data centers. With an emphasis on ease of installation and operation, Triton is proven at scale: Triton powers the Triton Cloud and private data centers (Triton Enterprise worldwide.This repository provides documentation for the overall Triton project and pointers to the other repositories that make up a complete Triton deployment. See the repository list.

Private Cloud Solution Design

  •    

This project is named “Training Cloud”. It provides an appropriate solution which can be used for technical audiences self learning with a hands-on-lab experience using Microsoft technology hosted in a virtualized environment built on System Center 2012. Since it depends on ha...

crossplane - An Open Source Multicloud Control Plane

  •    Go

Crossplane is an open source multicloud control plane. It introduces workload and resource abstractions on-top of existing managed services that enables a high degree of workload portability across cloud providers. A single crossplane enables the provisioning and full-lifecycle management of services and infrastructure across a wide range of providers, offerings, vendors, regions, and clusters. Crossplane offers a universal API for cloud computing, a workload scheduler, and a set of smart controllers that can automate work across clouds. Crossplane presents a declarative management style API that covers a wide range of portable abstractions including databases, message queues, buckets, data pipelines, serverless, clusters, and many more coming. It’s based on the declarative resource model of the popular Kubernetes project, and applies many of the lessons learned in container orchestration to multicloud workload and resource orchestration.

pipework - Software-Defined Networking tools for LXC (LinuX Containers)

  •    Shell

Pipework lets you connect together containers in arbitrarily complex scenarios. Pipework uses cgroups and namespace and works with "plain" LXC containers (created with lxc-start), and with the awesome Docker.If you use VirtualBox, you will have to update your VM network settings. Open the settings panel for the VM, go the the "Network" tab, pull down the "Advanced" settings. Here, the "Adapter Type" should be pcnet (the full name is something like "PCnet-FAST III"), instead of the default e1000 (Intel PRO/1000). Also, "Promiscuous Mode" should be set to "Allow All".

OpenEBS - Containerized Storage for Containers

  •    Go

OpenEBS is containerized block storage written in Go for cloud native and other environments w/ per container (or pod) QoS SLAs, tiering and replica policies across AZs and environments, and predictable and scalable performance.

lxcfs - FUSE filesystem for LXC

  •    C

LXCFS is a small FUSE filesystem written with the intention of making Linux containers feel more like a virtual machine. It started as a side-project of LXC but is useable by any runtime. are container aware such that the values displayed (e.g. in /proc/uptime) really reflect how long the container is running and not how long the host is running.