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Security of Linux containers in the cloud

by system librarian at Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb on Sep 20, 2012

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Linux container (LXC) seems to be preferred technology for deployment of Platform as a service (PaaS) in cloud. Partly because it's easy to install on top of existing visualization platforms (KVM, ...

Linux container (LXC) seems to be preferred technology for deployment of Platform as a service (PaaS) in cloud. Partly because it's easy to install on top of existing visualization platforms (KVM, VMware, VirtualBox), partly because it is lightweight solution to provide separation and process allocations between separate containers running under single kernel.

In this talk we will take a look at LXC and try to explain how to combine it with mandatory access control (MAC) mechanisms within Linux kernel to provide secure separation between different users of applications.

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