As always, I enjoyed speaking at the SCALE14x event, especially at the new location in Pasadena, California!
What if you could adapt a package from a newer version of Ubuntu, onto your stable LTS desktop/server?
Or, as a developer, what if you could provide your latest releases to your users running an older LTS version of Ubuntu?
adapt is a lot like apt... It’s a simple command that installs packages.
But it “adapts” a requested version to run on your current system.
It's a simple command that installs any package from any release of Ubuntu into any version of Ubuntu.
More specifically, LXD system containers.
Containers can run anywhere, physical, virtual, desktops, servers, and any CPU architecture.
And containers are light and fast! Zero latency and no virtualization overhead.
Most importantly, system containers are perfect copies of the released distribution, the operating system itself.
And all of that continuous integration testing we do perform on every single Ubuntu release?
We leverage that!
You can download a PDF of the slides for my talk here, or flip through them here:
I hope you enjoy some of the magic that LXD is making possible ;-)