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Oh, and in case you haven't read this interview with ANK, you should.
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It has been almost two years since we wrote about effective live migration with ploop write tracker. It's time to write some more about it, since we have managed to make ploop live migration yet more effective, by means of pretty simple optimizations. But let's not jump to resolution yet, it's a long and interesting story to tell.
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If you are going to +OpenStack summit in Atlanta later this year, please take a moment to vote for our proposed presentations:

Live container migration in OpenStack with CRIU
https://www.openstack.org/vote-atlanta/Presentation/live-container-migration-in-openstack-with-criu

Community Comparison: How does the kernel stack up against OpenStack
https://www.openstack.org/vote-atlanta/Presentation/community-comparison-how-does-the-kernel-stack-up-against-openstack

The Future of Containers in Linux and OpenStack
https://www.openstack.org/vote-atlanta/Presentation/the-future-of-containers-in-linux-and-openstack
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Why OpenVZ does not use xz instead of gzip to compress OpenVZ templates? Let us explain...
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let`s assume we are uning 100 mb/s connection, so for 200 mb template it`s about 20 sec to download, and for 120 it`s about 12 sec, this is also a nice trade! And even nicer is to reduce your traffic costs by 40% percents, we love you and hope you`re will be always with us! ;) HNY!
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Yay to I/O limits!

Today we are releasing a somewhat small but very important OpenVZ feature: per-container disk I/O bandwidth and IOPS limiting.

http://blog.openvz.org/45831.html
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It's wonderfull. Nice work!
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Ubuntu 14.04 templates are here! Right here!
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Here is a great +LWN.net writeup of the talk +Kirill Kolyshkin delivered at +Southern California Linux Expo (a.k.a. #SCALE12x) a week ago.
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Please vote If you are interested to learn about +CRIU directly from developers.
 
We would like to organize a hangout to talk about and answer your questions on CRIU, and are trying to figure out what time would be the best for you. Please +1 a timezone which is most close to you.
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Talk by James Bottomley, CTO, Server Virtualization, Parallels

Virtualization Containers have gained in acceptance as the platform for launching PaaS and SaaS services, but what about IaaS? This talk will cover the basics of containers, what they are, how they work and what advances have recently been made in Linux that allow containers to be the most versatile platform for cloud services.
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Sid Young, are you really sure about cost efficency of this solution (PCS/S)?
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If you still run RHEL5-based OpenVZ kernel (i.e. 028stabXXX), it's time to upgrade! +Denis Hohryackov (@denssky_d on twitter) tried and documented a way to upgrade the kernel and switch your ext3 to ext4. 
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OpenVZ Linux containers is a virtualization solution
Introduction

OpenVZ is container-based virtualization for Linux. OpenVZ creates multiple secure, isolated Linux containers (otherwise known as VEs or VPSs) on a single physical server enabling better server utilization and ensuring that applications do not conflict. Each container performs and executes exactly like a stand-alone server; a container can be rebooted independently and have root access, users, IP addresses, memory, processes, files, applications, system libraries and configuration files.

OpenVZ is free open source software, available under GNU GPL.

OpenVZ is the basis of Parallels Virtuozzo Containers, a commercial virtualization solution offered by Parallels. OpenVZ project is supported by Parallels.