Room 8

Capacity: 100
Size: big
Seating Configuration: Conference

Room 8

Proposals for this room

* Using Persistent Memory Effectively (Confirmed)

The audience is application and system level programmers. Attendees should leave this talk understanding the problems that they may encounter when trying to use Persistent Memory and some potential solutions to them.
Refereed Talks 08/13/2014
Matthew Wilcox

* ACPI And Device Trees - Friends Or Foes? (Confirmed)

The audience are Linux kernel developers working on device drivers and the driver core as well as anyone interested in the interactions between the kernel and the platform firmware. Attendees can expect an overview of the problems addressed by ACPI and Device Trees, an outline of similarities and differences between the two platform firmware interfaces, a description of kernel modifications that would allow device drivers to use configuration data provided by the platform firmware in a uniform way, regardless of which firmware interface (ACPI or DT) is used by the given platform, and more.
Refereed Talks 08/13/2014
Rafael Wysocki

* Scaling Userspace @ Facebook (Confirmed)

The audience is for Linux kernel developers, developers of low-level systems libraries and developers of applications with high performance demands from the kernel. The audience can expect details of the types of issues we've encountered running large applications at Facebook, workarounds that we've had to use, and pointers to code that we've open sourced.
Refereed Talks 08/13/2014
Ben Maurer

* Network Queuing is all wet (Confirmed)

The audience is anyone who uses networking (ie everyone). The talk is meant to be informative and entertaining at the same time.
Refereed Talks 08/14/2014
Stephen Hemminger

* Systematic testing of fault handling code in Linux kernel (Confirmed)

The target audience is Linux kernel developers as well as anyone who is interested in advanced verification and testing techniques, for example, to build, verify and certify safety or security critical systems on top of Linux kernel.
Refereed Talks 09/04/2014
Alexey Khoroshilov