The Xen Developer and Design Summit schedule is now live! This conference combines the formats of the Xen Project Developer Summits with the Xen Project Hackathons. If you are part of the Xen Project’s community of developers and power users, come join us in Budapest, Hungary, July 11 – 13 for this must-attend event!
The conference will cover many different topic areas including community, embedded/automotive, performance, tooling, hardware, security and more. The format will include traditional panels and presentation, as well as design and problem solving sessions.
Design and problem solving session proposals will be accepted until July 7. This is a great way to meet other developers face-to-face to:
- Discuss and advance the design and architecture of future functionality
- Coordinate and plan upcoming features
- Discuss and share best practices and ideas on how to improve community collaboration
- Hear interactive sessions covering lessons learned from contributors, users and vendor
Submit your design and problem solving ideas here.
Keynotes this year are coming from Lars Kurth, Xen Project Chairperson and Director of Open Source Solutions at Citrix; Oleksandr Andrushchenko, Lead Software Engineer at EPAM Systems; Stefano Stabellini, Virtualization Architect at Aporeto; and Wei Liu, Senior Software Engineer at Citrix.
Here’s a small sampling of other speaking sessions during the conference:
- Dedicated Secure Domain as an Approach for Certification of Automotive Sector Solutions from Iurii Mykhalskyi of GlobalLogic
- Harmony of CPU Scheduling Between RT Guest OS and Rich Guest OS in Automotive Virtualization from Sangyun Lee of LG Electronics
- Hypervisor-Based Security: Bringing Virtualized Exceptions Into the Game from Mihai Dontu of Bitdefender
- Uniprof: Transparent Unikernel Performance Profiling and Debugging from Florian Schmidt of NEC
Future of Xen
- Intel GVT-g: From Production to Upstream from Zhi Wang of Intel
- Recent and Ongoing Xen Related Work in the Linux Kernel from Jürgen Groß of SUSE
- Bring up PCI Passthrough on ARM from Julien Grall of ARM
- EFI Secure Boot, Shim and Xen: Current Status of Developments from Daniel Kiper of Oracle
You can view the entire schedule here. Early bird specials for tickets (price is $250) are available until May 31st.
A special thank you to our Diamond Sponsor Citrix and Gold sponsors ARM, Intel and Superfluidity. We look forward to seeing you at the event in July, and please stay informed on Xen Project updates by following us on social (Twitter and Facebook) and registering to our xen-announce mailing list.