back to article Zuul and Kata Containers: OpenStack tosses top-level protonpacks to OS new cats

The OpenStack Foundation has announced that Kata Containers and Zuul have been very, very good and so worthy of the moniker "Top-Level Open Infrastructure Project" after the teams met the foundation's lofty goals. To score the confirmation, a project needs to be aligned with the aims of the OpenStack Foundation (OSF), have …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Not a net plus for some, but here this does nicely.

    However, as the team acknowledges, it doesn't handle every container workload. For example, direct device assignment, bashing a GPU or dynamically adding CPU and RAM are not in Firecracker's utility belt.

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