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ignite - Ignite a Firecracker microVM

  •    Go

Weave Ignite is an open source Virtual Machine (VM) manager with a container UX and built-in GitOps management. Ignite makes Firecracker easy to use by adopting its developer experience from containers. With Ignite, you pick an OCI-compliant image (Docker image) that you want to run as a VM, and then just execute ignite run instead of docker run. There’s no need to use VM-specific tools to build .vdi, .vmdk, or .qcow2 images, just do a docker build from any base image you want (e.g. ubuntu:18.04 from Docker Hub), and add your preferred contents.

firecracker-containerd - firecracker-containerd enables containerd to manage containers as Firecracker microVMs

  •    Go

This repository enables the use of a container runtime, containerd, to manage Firecracker microVMs. Like traditional containers, Firecracker microVMs offer fast start-up and shut-down and minimal overhead. Unlike traditional containers, however, they can provide an additional layer of isolation via the KVM hypervisor. To maintain compatibility with the container ecosystem, where possible, we use container standards such as the OCI image format.

firecracker-go-sdk - An SDK in Go for the Firecracker microVM API

  •    Go

This package is a Go library to interact with the Firecracker API. It is designed as an abstraction of the OpenAPI-generated client that allows for convenient manipulation of Firecracker VM from Go programs. There are some Firecracker features that are not yet supported by the SDK. These are tracked as GitHub issues with the firecracker-feature label . Contributions to address missing features are welcomed.

firectl - firectl is a command-line tool to run Firecracker microVMs

  •    Go

Firectl is a basic command-line tool that lets you run arbitrary Firecracker MicroVMs via the command line. This lets you run a fully functional Firecracker MicroVM, including console access, read/write access to filesystems, and network connectivity. We use go modules, so you need to build with Go 1.11 or newer. go build or make should be sufficient to generate a working firectl binary.




ubuntu-firecracker - Build the ubuntu kernel and rootfs for firecracker

  •    Go

Docker container to build a linux kernel and ext4 rootfs compatible with firecracker.