With the recent release of Ubuntu 15.04, aka âVivid Vervetâ, the Ubuntu community has also unveiled an early release of LXD (pronounced âlex-deeâ), a new project aimed at revitalizing the use of LXC and LXC-based containers in the face of application container efforts such as Docker and rkt. In this post, Iâll provide a quick introduction to LXD.
To make it easier to follow along with some of the examples of using LXD, Iâve created an
lxd directory in my GitHub âlearning-toolsâ repository. In that directory, youâll find a
Vagrantfile that will allow you to quickly and easily spin up one or more VMs with LXD.
Read more at Scott Lowe's Blog.