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  • Xen Summit
    will also embedded both in the agenda The slides are also available for download as zip file Xen Cloud Platform Update Learn about the current state of the XCP project how to consume XCP and how to get more involved John Garbutt Senior Software Developer Citrix John Garbutt is a Senior Software Developer with Citrix Since October 2010 John has been contributing to OpenStack with a particular focus on the

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  • Xen Summit
    roles with the majority of his time focused on processor based SoCs that targeted embedded applications Prior to joining ARM Ian worked as VP of Marketing at Enigma Semiconductor a company that developed high performance switching chipsets for the telecom market Prior to Enigma Ian held product line management and strategic marketing roles at QuickLogic IDT and Motorola Ferguson has a B S E E from Loughborough University in the UK Larry Wikelius VP Software Engineering Co Founder Calxeda Larry Wikelius brings over twenty five years of operational and leadership experience in the high technology industry As a technology executive Mr Wikelius has been responsible for product strategy design development delivery and support in product areas such as enterprise systems management scalable computing systems storage systems system security network administration data mining and business intelligence Mr Wikelius has also played key roles in a number of startup companies leading to successful liquidity events Prior to joining Calxeda Mr Wikelius was at Newisys where he was Vice President for Server and Storage Strategic Alliances During his tenure there Newisys grew from no revenue to an annual run rate of over 450M in just two years Mr Wikelius also played a key role in the acquisition of Newisys by Sanmina SCI SANM in 2003 Prior to Newisys Mr Wikelius served in Executive Level roles at Voyence Net Perceptions and Hewlett Packard Mr Wikelius began his high tech career as a software engineer at Data General Corporation now EMC in Westborough MA Mr Wikelius holds an MBA from Northeastern University in Boston and has a BS degree in Computer Science from the University of Minnesota Mr Wikelius has also recently presented at the Canonical Ubuntu Developer Summit and served as a panelist at the Linley Tech Data Center Conference David Mandala Senior Sales

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  • Xen Summit
    will also embedded both in the agenda The slides are also available for download as zip file Free and Net BSD on Xen Roadmap As time goes on more OSes are getting Dom0 support so there s a growing need to provide a platform independent set of tools from which to operate Xen This talk will expose the different mechanisms used on NetBSD that diverge from the Linux approach and how Xen is improving its userspace tools to provide a more platform independent support The talk also touches upon various features that BSD provides or plans to provide with Xen thus presenting a coherent roadmap view of where we ve come from and what lies ahead What s in this talk Xen and BSD Status updates from the world of BSD Ecosystem userbase Cherry G Mathew Freelance Cherry G Mathew is a BSD hacker His contributions to the Xen BSD ecosystem are the NetBSD balloon driver and multiprocessor support for NetBSD domU He is currently working on FreeBSD dom0 support under sponsorship of Spectralogic corporation Roger Pau Monné Citrix Roger Pau Monné is a Software Engineer and BSD enthusiast He has contributed to porting libxl to NetBSD and is working

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  • Xen Summit
    discussions You can find presentations on slideshare and videos on vimeo We will also embedded both in the agenda The slides are also available for download as zip file Introduction of AMD Virtual Interrupt Controller As virtualization technology becomes pervasive there is a continuing demand to increase the performance of guest virtual machines Many hardware virtualization techniques such as nested paging and IOMMU have already been developed to accelerate the guest virtual machines frequent operations in different areas However one area that has not yet been addressed is the handling of interrupts in a virtual machine environment This presentation talks about the design of AMD virtual interrupt controller AVIC The AVIC architecture addresses the overhead of interrupt processing in a virtualized environment by applying hardware acceleration to three major components of interrupt processing Delivery of interrupts directly from I O devices to a guest operating system Interprocessor interrupts between the virtual CPUs in a guest Local APIC accesses by guest operating systems Wei Huang AMD Operating System Research Center Wei Huang is a member of AMD Operating System Research Center He is an active member of Xen community His interests include OS CPU virtualization and cloud computing Download original News

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  • Xen Summit
    for contributing and to all the attendees for making XenSummit an interactive and fun conference with lots of discussions You can find presentations on slideshare and videos on vimeo We will also embedded both in the agenda The slides are also available for download as zip file Engaging the Xen Community The Xen community can be a great resource for people wishing both to use and to improve Xen and contributing to it can be rewarding both to individuals and to corporations But they have a culture all their own and like any foreign culture it s a minefiled of potential misunderstandings and miscommunications This talk will talk about the cultural values and norms of the Xen community and how you can most effectively interact with them George W Dunlap Citrix George Dunlap worked with the Xen project while a graduate student at the University of Michigan before receiving his PhD in 2006 He is currently working as Senior Software Engineer for Citrix on the Xen team His main area of responsibility is performance analysis for issues relating to the hypervisor News Press Releases Blog Resources Wiki Sources Downloads Governance Security Information Connect Mailing Lists Search Mailing Lists IRC Twitter

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  • Xen Summit
    find presentations on slideshare and videos on vimeo We will also embedded both in the agenda The slides are also available for download as zip file From printk to QEMU Xen Linux Kernel debugging Current experience shows that a lot of developers working on Xen Linux kernel use mainly only small set of debugging tools Often they are sufficient for generic work However when unusual problem arises which could not be easily debugged using known tools sometimes they are trying to reinvent the wheel Goal of this session is to present wide range of debugging tools starting from simplest one to most feature reach solutions in context of Xen Linux kernel debugging It will describe pros and cons of printk serial debug console etc gdb gdbsx kgdb QEMU kdump and others Additionally there will be some information about possible new solutions and current kexec kdump developments for Xen Daniel Kiper Software Developer Oracle Daniel Kiper was Google Summer of Code 2010 memory hotplug balloon driver and Google Summer of Code 2011 kexec kdump student He is involved in NIX administration development since 1994 Currently his work and interests focuses on kexec kdump implementation for Xen Download original Related Xen Dom0

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  • Xen Summit
    file Xen and CloudStack CloudStack the world s leading open source cloud infrastructure platform was recently donated to the Apache Foundation and is now an incubated Apache project Ewan Mellor Director of Engineering in the Citrix Cloud Platforms Group will describe the CloudStack project and explain why Xen is the pre eminent hypervisor in public clouds today He will describe the changes coming in CloudStack in the next 12 months

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  • Xen Summit
    Performance Status and Optimization Opportunities In this session we examined the Xen PV performance on the latest platforms in a few cases that covers CPU memory intensive disk intensive and network intensive workloads We compared Xen PV guest vs HVM PVOPS to see whether PV guest still have advantage over HVM on a system with state of the art VT features KVM was also compared as a reference We also

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