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CloudCamp justin cormack hypervise my app!

  1. 1. Hypervise My App! Justin Cormack @justincormack http://sho.io/hypervise
  2. 2. Hypervisor Platform as a service is about providing a hypervisor for applications so they can be securely isolated on shared systems. As we shift from virtualising whole operating systems to just running apps we need smaller, lighter, faster and more secure hypervisors.
  3. 3. “ “I once heard that Hypervisors are the living proof of Operating System's incompetence. And if we think about it, OSes should be able to run services alongside with each other peacefully. Isolation should be granted, and excessive resource usage shouldn't be an issue. But because Linux was never able to provide such isolation, people started to span more physical servers to isolate services, and when that started to mean idle capacity, hypervisors kicked in." Glauber Costa, Parallels
  4. 4. Some history
  5. 5. “ Processes “The only way quick response can be provided at a bearable cost is by timesharing. That is, the computer must attend to other customers while one customer is reacting to some output.” John McCarthy, 1 January 1959
  6. 6. Namespacing •  1979 chroot •  1980s Plan 9 from Bell Labs •  2000 FreeBSD jail •  2004 Solaris Zones •  2001 Virtuozzo Containers, OpenVZ •  2008 lxc •  2011 Cloudfoundry Warden •  2013 lmctfy, Docker
  7. 7. Access control •  1975-1983 KeyKos •  1983 Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria •  1990s JVM •  1999 Linux capabilities •  2001 SELinux •  2005 Seccomp •  2008 Google Native Client NaCl •  2013 Capsicum
  8. 8. Library operating systems •  1995 Exokernel •  2012 OpenMirage •  2009 NetBSD rump kernel •  2012 Dune •  2013 Drawbridge
  9. 9. Three new solutions
  10. 10. ZeroVM = processes + Google NaCl Bought by Rackspace in 2013. Current main use case is for running untrusted code in Hadoop-style apps.
  11. 11. OSv = hardware virtualization + single app JVM sandbox Founded by ex-Qumranet ex-Redhat engineers, launched 2013
  12. 12. Docker = namespacing + ease of use
  13. 13. complexity Complexity vs attack surface Linux distro Docker OSv ZeroVM insecurity
  14. 14. “ x86 virtualization is about basically placing another nearly full kernel, full of new bugs, on top of a nasty x86 architecture which barely has correct page protection. Then running your operating system on the other side of this brand new pile of shit. You are absolutely deluded, if not stupid, if you think that a worldwide collection of software engineers who can't write operating systems or applications without security holes, can then turn around and suddenly write virtualization layers without security holes. Theo de Raadt
  15. 15. Trends 1.  App developers are not experts here 2.  Security historically led by Linux distros 3.  Shifting to new structures and projects 4.  So Redhat is getting involved in Docker fast 5.  A move to simpler (eg CoreOS) is very disruptive 6.  Distros large, slow, not on github 7.  Lots of new code, changing fast
  16. 16. Questions? Justin Cormack @justincormack http://sho.io/hypervise

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