Brussels / 2 & 3 February 2019


A year of LXD development

Project update on what happened in LXC/LXD in 2018

Over 2018, LXD's userbase grew significantly, partly thanks to it shipping on all Chromebooks. But other than merely getting more users, we've still been very hard at work introducing a number of exciting new features.

The main one of those has certainly been LXD clustering which released alongside our second LTS release back in April.

We've also been adding a wide variety of storage related features, simplified networking, better support for GPUs, ...

In this presentation, we'll go over the past year and highlight the most interesting changes, then look a bit further for what to expect in 2019.


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