Wai Man Long



Waiman Long is an experienced software engineer working in the Linux Performance and Scalability team of HP Enterprise Server Group. He is responsible for investigating and resolving performance and scalability issues of the Linux kernel on large multi-node NUMA systems. He is also a major contributor in revamping the Linux kernel synchronization primitives in recent years.

He has multiple years of working experience on Linux, HP-UX and Tru64 UNIX in both the kernel and the C runtime library. He is also an expert in the field of software internationalization.

Linux Plumbers Conference 2015

Proposals for this user

* Unfair Queued Spinlocks and Transactional Locks

A performance review on unfair queued spinlocks for virtual guests and transactional locks based on the Intel's TSX technology. (slides)
Performance and Scalability 07/03/2015
Wai Man Long

Linux Plumbers Conference 2015 Refereed Talks

Proposals for this user

* Optimizing Application Performance in Large Multi-core Systems

This presentation discusses various performance related kernel patches that can help improving performance and scalability in large multi-core systems and best practices to avoid this type of performance problems in user applications. (slides)
Refereed Talk 06/11/2015
Wai Man Long