Hi All, I am thrilled to make this post here. I been have soaking up all the guides, especially by wlanboy for some time and have been used for some of the containers, and I hope Flockport is useful to the vpsboard community. Flockport provides ready to deploy containers of popular web apps, based on LXC. At launch there are over 40 containers including Wordpress, Drupal, Joomla, Prestashop, Moodle, Discourse, Redmine, Nodebb, Gitlab, a really nice mailserver and more, and we expect this to be augmented by the community. The advantage of Flockport containers is users don't have to configure and install apps. Just install LXC and you can deploy fully configured Flockport containers in seconds. And it works in cloud KVMs. Linux containers give users cloud like flexibility of app instances. For example for Vpsboard users who like to try new providers, with containers you are not wedded to any provider and can easily move your apps across Linux systems, and clone, deploy and backup in seconds. LXC is an open source project supported by Ubuntu. It quite simple to use, however thanks to its longish history (baking since 2009) a lot of information online is often outdated. It works out of the box in Ubuntu, with documentation and updated LXC packages often lacking in other distros. We like Debian so we have a repo for Debian wheezy with updated LXC packages that work out of the box, and tons of documentation to help users get started quickly. A little container context. LXC is of course not the only container technology. There is the popular OpenVZ and Linux Vserver but their growth has been impeded by the need of custom kernels. LXC is supported in the vanilla Linux kernel paving the way for widespread adoption. Docker untill 2 months ago was based on LXC. We have articles that clarify the differences between LXC and Docker and extra guides on container/VM networking scenarios which is an area that can trip users. Would absolutely love to hear the feedback of the informed community here!