Vortrag über Container-Migration auf VHPC-Workshop in Frankfurt

Auf dem 11th Workshop on Virtualization in High-Performance Cloud Computing (VHPC) wird am 23.6.2016 die Publikation "Migrating LinuX Containers Using CRIU" vorgestellt werden. Der Workshop wird gemeinsam mit der International Supercomputing Conference (ISC) in Frankfurt ausgerichtet werden, einer wichtigen internationalen HPC-Konferenz.

Titel: Migrating LinuX Containers Using CRIU

Autoren: Simon Pickartz, Niklas Eiling, Stefan Lankes, Lukas Razik, Antonello Monti

Abstract: Process migration is one of the most important techniques in modern computing centers. It enables the implementation of load balancing strategies and eases the system administration. As supercomputers continue to grow in size, according mechanisms become interesting to High-Performance Computing (HPC) as well.

Usually, migration is accomplished by means of hypervisor-based virtualization. However, container-based approaches are an attractive alternative for HPC to minimize the performance penalties. In contrast to virtual machine migration, the migration of operating system containers is mostly unexplored in the context of HPC until today.

In this paper we present a prototype implementation of a libvirt driver enabling the migration of LinuX Containers. We evaluate the driver in terms of overhead added by the additional software layer and compare its migration performance with that of virtual machines based on KVM.

Dieser Artikel wurde am 1. Juni 2016 publiziert und unter Allgemein, News abgelegt.