Last year, we really enjoyed co-hosting a hackathon and social event with the KVM community. It spurred really interesting conversations, a bit of friendly competition and some community bonding.
Back by popular demand is another joint KVM community event. Xen Project and KVM are hosting the joint social event at the Hockey Hall of Fame (this is Canada after all) on August 25th during the Xen Project Developer Summit and KVM Forum. The event will be held from 7:00pm to 11:00pm.
The Hockey Hall of Fame is a ten minute walk from the Westin where LinuxCon and ContainerCon are taking place. There will be plenty of shop talk of course. The Xen Project is increasingly more popular in IoT, automobile and embedded use cases, and a staple open source software in many of the largest companies today.
But there will also be plenty of time to check out the interactive hockey games, amazing hockey memorabilia, food, and drinks. Your badge is required to enter the party.
If you are interested in joining us for the Xen Project and KVM party, you must be attending one of these events. If you haven’t already, registration for the Xen Project Developer Summit is here. A few more highlights include:
Porting Xen on ARM to a new SOC with Julien Grall of ARM
High-Performance Virtualization for HPC Cloud on Xen with Tianyu Lan and Jun Nakajima of Intel
Attack Surface Reduction with Douglas Goldstein of Star Labs
Patch Review for Non-Maintainers with George Dunlap of Citrix
Xen Scalability Analysis with Weidong Han, Zichao Huang, and Wei Yang of Huawei