Xen Related Talks @ FOSDEM 2014

Going to FOSDEM’14? Well, you want to check out the schedule of the Virtualization & IaaS devroom then, and make sure you do not miss the talks about Xen. There are 4 of them, and they will provide some details about new and interesting usecases for virtualization, like in embedded systems of various kind (from phones and tablets to network middleboxes), and about new features in the upcoming Xen release, such as PVH, and how to use them with profit.

Here they are the talks, in some more details:
Dual-Android on Nexus 10 using XEN, on Saturday morning
High Performance Network Function Virtualization with ClickOS, on Saturday afternoon
Virtualization in Android based and embedded systems, on Sunday morning
How we ported FreeBSD to PVH, on Sunday afternoon

There actually is more: one called Porting FreeBSD on Xen on ARM, in the BSD devroom, and one about MirageOS one in the miscellaneous Main track, but the schedule for them has not been announced yet.

Last but certainly not least, there will be a Xen-Project booth, where you can meet the members of the Xen community as well as enjoying some other, soon to be revealed, activities. I and some of my colleagues from Citrix will be in Brussels, and will definitely spend some time at the booth, so come and visit us. The booth will be in building K, on level 1.

Read more here: http://xenproject.org/about/events.html


The schedule for the FreeBSD and MirageOS talks have been announced. Here it comes:
Porting FreeBSD on Xen on ARM, will be given on Saturday early afternoon (15:00), in the BSD devroom
MirageOS: compiling functional library operating systems, will happen on Sunday late morning (13:00), in the misc main track

Also, there is another Xen related talk, in the Automotive development devroom: Xen on ARM: Virtualization for the Automotive industry, on Sunday morning (11:45).

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About Dario Faggioli

Dario has been interested in CS, programming and Open Source since like forever. He is now a very happy Xen developer, and Citrix is from where he gets his paycheck. He is, in fact, a Senior Software Engineer there, working on scheduling related issues, NUMA support, and other things... Personally wise, he lives in central Italy with his wife (Luana) and daughter (Lara, 2yo). Check out more info about Dario, his personal Webpage and his blog