The OpenVZ project is container virtualization for Linux, implemented in the Linux kernel. This allows a user to have multiple isolated Linux instances on a single machine. OpenVZ has a lot of features, such as advanced resource management and live migration. The OpenVZ project maintains the kernels and the userspace tools for the project. In addition the developers work toward integrating pieces of the container functionality into the mainstream Linux kernel.
The OpenVZ team will demonstrate OpenVZ on a variety of hardware, from embedded devices such as a Gumstix an EeePC, and on regular laptop machines. A variety of exciting features will be shown including the live migration of virtual machines, resource management, mass container creation and many more!
To learn more about the OpenVZ project and talk with the OpenVZ developers, please visit booth 42.