An open-source, next-generation "runc" that empowers rootless containers to run workloads such as Systemd, Docker, Kubernetes, just like VMs.
We’ve been using Sysbox (https://github.com/nestybox/sysbox) for our Buildkite based CI/CD setup, allows docker-in-docker without privileged containers. Paired with careful IAM/STS design we’ve ended up with isolated job containers with their own IAM roles limited to least-privilege.
System container image builder for LXC and LXD
> They claim that "standard containers" cannot run a full OS. ... this works just fine with rootless podman and, more recently, rootless docker.
> Anyone who wants unprivileged system containers might want to look into rootless docker or podman rather than this.
Perhaps I'm missing something, but I have been running full OS userlands using "standard containers" in production for years, via LXD.
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