systemd is the system and service manager of most modern Linux distributions. Recently the project has been busy with adding first-class support for various container technologies to systemd natively, taking inspiration from Solaris Zones and other container systems. In this talk I want to shed some light on how to use this functionality, and show how the container integration is now available all through the systemd stack. We will particularly closely look at systemd's own minimal container manager "systemd-nspawn", as well as the "machinectl" tool for interfacing with container managers. With recent systemd containers are not a foreign technology running on top of an OS anymore, but are an essential part of the OS itself. This talk will explain the why, and show you how to make the best of it, for your workloads.