Shared May 23, 2018
Today, systemd is firmly established as system and service manager of most of today's major Linux distributions. In this talk we'll have a look at the most recent developments in systemd land, what we have learned so far and where the project will go next. We'll have a look at various new features of systemd, in particular the Portable Services concept that will be made available with systemd v239, new resource management ('cgroupv2') and security functionality as well as limited OCI container compatibility that's coming soon.
Lennart Poettering works at Red Hat, in the Server Experience group. He's one of the creators of the systemd project.
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