Sunday, August 16, 2015

Two Xen Project Events, About Four Dozen Xen Project Talks in One Week in August! [feedly]

Two Xen Project Events, About Four Dozen Xen Project Talks in One Week in August!

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August 2015 probably sets a new record for the most Xen Project talks ever to occur in a single week!  Two events crafted by Xen Project plus other Open Source conferences combine for a whirlwind of nearly 4 dozen Xen Project talks!

Talks can be found in Seattle WA, San Marcos TX, and Philadelphia PA in the third week of August.  Are you near one of those locations?  Join us!

Xen Project Developer Summit, Aug 17-18, Seattle WA

Monday, August 17

09:00 Xen Project Weather Report (Lars Kurth, Citrix) 
09:45 Xen 4.6 and Beyond (Wei Liu, Citrix) 
11:00 Xen and OpenStack (Stefano Stabellini, Citrix) 
11:30 Migration (v2) (Andrew Cooper, Citrix System R&D) 
12:00 Intel Graphics Virtualization Technology Update (Zhi Wang, Intel Corporation) 
14:20 ARM: Virtualization Extensions (Marc Zyngier & Thomas Molgaard, ARM)
14:20 Latest News on Xen Support in libvirt (James Fehlig, SUSE Linux) 
14:50 Virtual Machine Introspection with Xen (Tamas Lengyel, Technische Universitat Muenchen) 
14:40 Virtualizing the Locomotive: Ready, Set, Go! (Mark Kraeling, GE Transportation) 
15:20 Live Migration at AliCloud - Benefits, Challenges, Developments, and Future Works (Liu Jinsong, AliCloud)
15:20 VM Introspection: Practical Applications (Steven Maresca, Zentific LLC) 
16:20 Hyper: Make VM Run Like Containers (Xu Wang, Hyper)
16:20 xSplice - Patching Hypervisor (Konrad Rzeszutek Wilk, Oracle) 
17:10 Rump Kernel Based Upstream QEMU Stubdom (Wei Liu, Citrix)
17:10 Status Update on Xen-COLO HA/FT Solution (Hongyang Yang, Fujitsu) 
17:40 Faster, Improved Guest Model for Xen (Elena Ufimtseva, Oracle)
17:40 QEMU Security Vulnerability Automatic Discovery by Symbolic Execution (Chunjie Zhu, Citrix)

Tuesday, August 18    

09:00 Achieving QoS in Server Virtualization: Intel Platform Shared Resource Monitoring/Control in Xen (Chao Peng, Intel) 
09:00 Improve ARM Guest Performance with 64KB Pages (Julien Grall, Citrix) 
09:30 PCI Passthrough Support in Xen Hypervisor for ARMv8 - Cavium ThunderX Soc (Manish Jaggi, Cavium Networks & Vijaya Kilari, Cavium Networks)
09:30 XenServer Power Saver (Cheng Zhang, Citrix) 
10:30 Getting U-Boot FIT for Xen (Robbie VanVossen & Paul Skentzos, DornerWorks) 
10:30 Shared Virtual Memory (SVM) Support in Xen (Feng Wu, Intel) 
11:00 How to Passthrough Your Integrated Device to a VM on ARM (Julien Grall, Citrix) 
11:00 PVHVM Linux Guest: Why Doesn't Kexec Work? (Vitaly Kuznetsov, RedHat) 
11:30 Xen Containers: Better Way to Run Docker Containers (Sainath Grandhi, Intel) 
14:00 Scheduling in Xen: Past, Present and Future (Dario Faggioli, Citrix & Meng Xu, University of Pennsylvania)
14:00 Joint Xen/KVM Hackathon 
14:50 Project Raisin (Stefano Stabellini, Citrix) 
16:00 Deploying Real-World Software Today as Unikernels on Xen with Rumprun (Martin Lucina) 
16:50 Keeping Up with the Hardware: Challenges in Scaling I/O Performance (Jonathan Davies, Citrix) 
17:20 A Fault Tolerant Virtualization Server Based on Xen (Jürgen Groß, SUSE) 
18:30 Joint Evening Event with KVM Forum

LinuxCon/CloudOpen North America, Aug 17-19, Seattle WA

Monday, August 17

11:00 Xen and Docker: Uniting Best of Both Worlds (Oliver Lambert, Vates) 
15:20 Faster, Improved Guest Model for Xen (Elena Ufimtseva, Oracle) 
15:20 Are Today's FOSS Security Practices Robust Enough in the Cloud Era? (Lars Kurth, Citrix)

Tuesday, August 18

09:00 Keynote: How the Cloud Revolution is Changing the Role of the OS (Wim Coekaerts, Oracle) 
14:00 CloudOpen Unikernel vs. Container Panel Debate (Alex Williams, The New Stack[Moderator]) 
11:30 Above and Beyond the Platform with CentOS Linux (Karsten Wade, Red Hat)
16:00 Virtualization & Cloud Developer Panel (Paolo Bonzini, Red Hat; Glauber Costa; Jérôme Petazzoni, Docker; Stefano Stabellini, Citrix; Russell Bryant, Red Hat)

Wednesday, August 19

10:25 User - Transparent Service Migration to the Cloud (Tim Mackey, Citrix)
11:25 Zero-Footprint Guest Memory Introspection with Xen (Mihai Donțu, BitDefender) 
16:00 The Bare-Metal Hypervisor as a Platform for Innovation (Russell Pavlicek, Citrix)

Unikernel User Summit at Texas Linux Fest, Aug 21, San Marcos TX

09:00 Welcome (Russell Pavlicek)
09:10 The Next Generation Cloud: Unleashing the Power of the Unikernel (Russell Pavlicek)
10:00 Getting Started in Unikernels Using the Rump Kernel (Justin Cormack)
11:00 You Call that Micro, Mr. Docker? How OSv and Unikernels Help Micro-services Stay Micro (Roman Shaposhnik)
12:00 Deploying a Mirage Unikernel to the Public Cloud (Christopher Bothwell)

FOSSCON, Aug 22, Philadelphia PA

11:00 The Next Generation Cloud: Unleashing the Power of the Unikernel (Russell Pavlicek) 
13:00 Introduction to the Advanced Security Features of the Xen Project Hypervisor(Russell Pavlicek)

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