cloudopen 2014 Aug. 20, 2014 to Aug. 22, 2014, chicago,usa

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Keynote: State of Linux Jim Zemlin N/A
Keynote: Linux Kernel Panel Greg Kroah-hartman , Shuah Khan , Andrew Morton , Linus Torvalds N/A
Migrating from Amazon AWS to OpenStack Steve Curry Companies large and small are enjoying the agility and ease of use provided by the ...
Containers in Linux: Current State and Where We're Going James Bottomley Containers have seen a lot of excitement in recent months, particularly with the advent of ...
OpenStack in 10 Minutes with Devstack Sean Dague The best way to understand the cloud, is to have one of your own to ...
Data Loading Survey Into Hadoop 2.0 Douglas Liming What is the current state of loading “data” into Hadoop? What is the best way ...
TSAR (the TimeSeries AggregatoR): How Twitter Counts 50+ Billion Daily Events in Real Time Using Open Source Technologies Anirudh Todi Twitter's 250+ million users generate over 50 billion tweet views per day. Aggregating these events ...
Kernel Features for Reducing Power Consumption on Embedded Devices Krzysztof Kozłowski Embedded devices must accommodate opposite requirements: high performance, low latency and low power consumption. Krzysztof ...
Linux Performance Tools Brendan Gregg There are many performance tools nowadays for Linux, but how do they all fit together, ...
Why Standardization is Critical for ARM in servers Jon Masters ARM is the most popular architecture on the planet, and isused across a wide range ...
You Know, for Kids! 7 Ideas for Improving Tech Education in Schools Rikki Endsley Access to technology, encouragement, mentors, and role models aren't enough. Before the tech field sees ...
Crushing data silos with ownCloud and Gluster Frank Karlitschek More and more employees store company data in public and consumer-grade cloud services like Dropbox, ...
Taming Hybrid Clouds with ManageIQ John Mark Walker ManageIQ is a powerful orchestration and automation engine that admins use to integrate their build, ...
CoreOS: An Introduction Brandon Philips The architectural patterns of a large scale platform are changing. Dedicated VMs and configuration management ...
Group Based Policy: Open Source Policy in OpenDaylight and OpenStack Neutron - Kyle Mestery As computing has continued to evolve to a more utility or cloud-like environment, one area ...
Orchestrating Shared Networks, Physical LB and DNS on Cloudstack Mauricio Kilikrates Alexandrino , Nicolia Dos Anjos , Globo The adoption of Cloud Computing Solutions in datacenters worldwide has proven to be the right ...
Xen Project 4.4: Features and Futures Russell Pavlicek The 4.4 release of Xen Project is no minor "point" release of software. This latest ...
Coming Soon, an Open Source Project Near You – the Linaro LNG Open Data Plane Initiative Michael Christofferson ARM formed the Linaro consortium in 2010, a non-profit organization composed now of over 20 ...
FireFoxOS and the Linux Kernel Aimee Maree Forsstrom FireFoxOS has hit the maket but what makes it different from other mobile phone platforms ...
How to Run a Collaborative Project Lars Kurth Collaborative development is at the core of successful open source projects. Yet to be successful ...
Make your Own USB Gadget Andrzej Pietrasiewicz A USB gadget can be connected to a host to extend it with additional functions. ...
SMR Impact on Linux Storage Subsystem Jorge Campello The HDD industry is making a transition to SMR (Shingled Magnetic Recording) technology. There is ...
Solving the Package Problem Joe 'zonker' Brockmeier In the beginning there was RPM (and Debian packages) and it was good. Certainly, Linux ...
Introducing Apache Spark for Distributed Analytics Will Benton Apache Spark is a compute engine for parallel and distributed computing. Spark is resilient to ...
Write Once, Read Everywhere: GlusterFS in a Hybrid Cloud World John Mark Walker GlusterFS is a highly flexible distributed filesystem that can store many petabytes of data and ...
Is It Safe To Run Applications In Linux Containers? Jerome Petazzoni Virtual machines are generally considered secure. At least, secure enough to power highly multi-tenant, large-scale ...
IPMI - Automatically Configuring (and Compromising) Large Server Deployments Matthew Garrett The Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) is a specification allowing system managers to control and ...
Large Scale Identification of Race Conditions (In OpenStack CI) - Joe Gordon Does your project have a CI system that suffers from an ever-growing set of race ...
Replicating from RDBMS into Hadoop Mc Brown Big Data and Hadoop in particular is currently big business, but one of the most ...
OpenStack Neutron: Updates and Deployment Considerations Kyle Mestery , Mark Mcclain OpenStack has seen phenomenal growth over the past four years. The project itself is made ...
RAS Enhancement Activities for Mission-critical Linux Systems Yoshihiro Yunomae Yoshihiro Yunomae will share bug fixing and suggestion of new features on the current upstream ...
Stealing Chromium: Embedding HTML5 With the Servo Browser Engine Lars Bergstrom , Mike Blumenkrantz In today's fast-paced development world, HTML5 is an emerging technology which allows for rapid, agile ...
FLOSS Governance Round Table Bruno Cornec , Tom Callaway , Eileen Evans , Bradley M. Kuhn , Gary O'neall The goal of this round table is to share the latest news in the area ...
Tuning Linux for Your Database Colin Charles Many operations folk know the many Linux filesystems like EXT4 or XFS, they know of ...
Universal Tux: Accessibility For Our Future Selves Spencer Hunley Linux, as a whole, is advancing – and we are as well. Applications that work ...
Why Linux Rules Chicago Christoph Lameter Chicago is a unique venue in that it is also the place of the most ...
How to Connect to a Mature Open Source Project Brian Proffitt oVirt is a powerful virtual data center manager with a history that includes closed source ...
Virtualization Management the oVirt Way Yaniv Bronhaim If you think virtual machine management, you may think of VMware. But what if you ...
Managing, Storing and Safeguarding Unstructured Data in a Cloudy, Regulated World Panel Frank Karlitschek , Ric Wheeler , Alex Williams This panel, moderated by Alex Williams, will feature director of Red Hat's Storage Engineering team ...
The Cloud in 10,000 Words (or 10 Pictures) Gordon Haff When it comes to computing, change is in the air. It always is, of course, ...
Image Management or Configuration Management? Yes. Thomas Hatch A typical enterprise operations team is tasked with managing numerous data centers and public clouds ...
Cloud Operating Systems for Servers Michael Day Cloud Operating Systems for servers are optimized to deploy and run back-end infrastructure and middleware ...
Kimchi: An On Ramp KVM Management Tool Shaohe Feng , Zhengsheng Royce As we all know the KVM is good performance, and we have many kvm based ...
Best Practices in Release Management Kate Stewart , Ed Warnicke , Beth Flanagan Managing a software release for products today draws on many skill sets: technical, project and ...
Ever Growing CPU States: Context Switch with Less Memory and Better Performance Fenghua Yu Context switch is a key part of multiprocessing. With more CPU features implemented, the switched ...
Kernel Debugging and Tracing Jason Wessel Jason will provide a state of the union with the kernel debugger (KGDB/KDB). And open ...
From MySQL Single Instance to Big Data Morgan Tocker MySQL is the most popular database on the web but how do you grow from ...
Hacking the Kernel, Hacking Myself Kelley Nielsen Outreach works! Kelley Nielsen was chosen, out of eighteen successful applicants, to be one of ...
Making Open Source a Priority at Spotify Noa Resare Depending heavily on Open Source for the software we rely on has been the norm ...
Women's Drop-in Resume Writing Workshop Leslie Hawthorn Leslie will also host a Drop-in Open Resume Clinic from 4:00pm - 5:00pm if you ...
Keynote: Reinventing Education Through Massive Open Online Courses Anant Agarwal N/A
Keynote: How Open Collaboration is Fostering a New Era in Vehicle Development Jay Rogers N/A
Keynote: The New Open Source Professional Eileen Evans N/A
Keynote: From Cloud to Fog Computing and the Internet of Things Michael Enescu Just as we became familiar with Cloud computing and the dominant role of Open Source, ...
Keynote: Containers: Changing The Landscape - Solomon Hykes, Founder of Docker Solomon Hykes N/A
Keynote: Linux in the New Connected World Imad Sousou For more than two decades, Intel has contributed to open source solutions for mission-critical enterprise ...
Ceph, A Decade in the Making and Still Going Strong - Sage Weil From research to production: over almost a decade of development, Ceph has expanded its mission, ...
How Docker Enablement Makes Linux Container Easy to Deploy on Enterprise Linux Linda Wang Linux Container as a feature has been available for hobbyist usage for a while now; ...
Beating the Virtualization Tax for NoSQL Workloads With OSv Don Marti , Glauber Costa NoSQL data stores such as Cassandra and Redis are memory and CPU intensive loads which ...
Security in the Cloud: Containers, KVM, and Xen George Dunlap In our interconnected world of mobile and cloud computing, particularly with the rise of governmental ...
The Evolution of Open vSwitch Jesse Gross Open vSwitch is the primary open source virtual switch used in next-generation datacenter deployments. It ...
Getting Data Out of Your Cloud(s) With Open Source Cody Herriges Many Operations teams will find that at some point in time that a single cloud ...
Kernel Internship Report (OPW) Sarah Sharp Come learn about the great work our kernel interns have accomplished! The FOSS Outreach Program ...
Kpatch Without Stop Machine Masami Hiramatsu Kpatch is a kernel livepatching mechanism, which can replace kernel function on-line. Current kpatch uses ...
Object-Based Storage - NAS Support Through NFS-Ganesha. Venkateswararao Jujjuri Data growth is exploding and companies seeing a 60 to 70 percent of data growth ...
OpenStack Technical Governance Anita Kuno OpenStack governs itself in ever widening circles starting with the individual patch and encompassing standards ...
How I Built a Linux-Powered Radio Station David Klann The US Federal Communications Commission granted Driftless Community Radio, Inc a construction permit to build ...
OpenDaylight Developer Roundtable Kyle Mestery , Ed Warnicke , Phil Robb , Mathieu Lemay , Anees Shaikh This developer-driven panel will explore the industry challenges that exist as SDN matures, critical growth ...
Are We Running Too Fast to the Public Cloud, Can Hybrid Help Us Run Faster? Joe 'zonker' Brockmeier , Gordon Haff , Steven Vaughn-nichols , Markus Rex This panel, which will include former analyst now Cloud evangelist at Red Hat Gordon Haff ...
Empowering Your Corporate OSS Developers Guy Martin , Leslie Hawthorn , Jono Bacon , Karl Fogel , Karsten Wade Most companies are consuming open source, but are now also hiring developers to work on ...
Simulating the Internet Using Unprivileged LXC Containers Stéphane Graber Did you ever want your own Internet in a bottle, where you can easily look ...
OpenStack Horizon: Controlling the Cloud Using Django David Lapsley The OpenStack project was launched by Rackspace and NASA in July 2010. Since then it ...
A Real World Outlook on Hybrid Cloud: How and Why Randy Bias OpenStack and open source technologies generally hold the promise of standardization and interoperability through mass ...
IaaS Primer David Nalley Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), that foundational layer for any 'cloud computing' effort is a ...
Auditing all the Things' for Smarter Detection and Faster Incident Response Mark Thomas Linux is thriving on servers and serves as the underpinning of many cloud software deployments. ...
Better Integration of Systems Management Hardware with Linux Charles Rose Managing server platforms in data centers can be complex with the myriad hardware vendors and ...
Raspberry Pi Hacks and Projects Ruth Suehle Raspberry Pi Hacks and Projects (Ruth Suehle, Red Hat) - Though designed to teach basic ...
A Walk Through File Synchronization Lane John Hawley Storage is hard. One of the aspects of that is getting files synchronized to different ...
How Linux Distros Became Boring (and Fedora's Plan to Put Boring Where It Belongs) Matthew Miller Traditional Linux distributions don't generate much excitement anymore. In some ways, boring is good at ...
Extending SDN Beyond the Control Plane Anees Shaikh Software-defined networking is most often associated with centralization, visibility, and programmability of previously rigid and ...
Benchmarking Performance of Docker and Traditional VMs Ali Hussain Docker, a wrapper around LXC containers, provides an excellent mechanism for low overhead virtualization. Docker ...
DevOps and the Database - Is This a “Tale of the Forgotten Service”? Chip Childers With the explosion in tools to support DevOps practices, particularly to manage work in progress ...
VNT: An SDN Alternative for Cloud Providers Thomas Stocking VNT: Virtual Network over TRILL (Thomas Stocking, Gandi.net) - With the advent of virtualization, existing ...
Open Source Policy: OpenDaylight and OpFlex Scott Mann Policy is an increasingly important area of research and development. There is a growing interest ...
Replacing HW Raid with Twitter Cache and Persistent Memory Fio Cattaneo Replacing HW Raid with Twitter Cache and Persistent Memory (Fio Cattaneo, Twitter Inc.) - In ...
Static Analysis in the Linux Kernel Using Smatch Dan Carpenter Software will always have bugs, but some bugs are preventable. For example, both Heartbleed and ...
Killer Bugs From Outer Space Jerome Petazzoni Working with software means working with bugs. Bugs in software, bugs in hardware; bugs in ...
Telling Technology Stories with IPython Notebook Joshua Barratt To be effective technologists, we often have to tell stories and share information; either showing ...
Hands-on with OpenDaylight's Apache Karaf- based Distribution Matheiu Lemay As the number of projects increase in OpenDaylight, it becomes more diffcult to create appropriate ...
High Availability Solutions for MySQL and MariaDB Max Mether Achieving High Availability with MySQL is a tricky thing; there are almost as many recipes ...
Ally Skills Workshop Valerie Aurora REGISTER HERE: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1KG9Ny0kpa8HBPpDxgyURfcPka5JuauEni9HP4NB4lWA/viewform?usp=send_form The Ally Skills Workshop teaches men simple, everyday ways to support women ...
New Horizons in IT Automation: 12 Places Where Manual Work is Holding You Back From Efficiently Delivering and Scaling What Your Business Demands From IT Lindsey Smith New Horizons in IT Automation: 12 places where manual work is holding you back from ...
Open Source in Storage: Is It Here To Stay Nithya Ruff There was an important article in Forbes late last year asking the question “why has ...
Managed Containers, Open Source, and Google Joe Beda Everything at Google (from Search to Gmail) runs in Linux Application Containers. Google is working ...
An Overview of Kernel Lock Improvements Davidlohr Bueso , Scott Norton Synchronization primitives (locks) are at the heart of any system, and the Linux kernel is ...
Linux Kernel Power Management (PM) Framework for ARM 64-bit Processors Lorenzo Pieralisi The 32-bit ARM kernel supports a wide variety of processors harking back to ARM v4 ...
Explaining and Accessing the SPDX License List Gary O'neall , Jilayne Lovejoy The Software Products Data Exchange (SPDX) maintains the SPDX License List, a list of commonly ...
6 Months of the Eudyptula Challenge, Lessons Learned Anonymous Penguin This talk is about the Eudyptula Challenge, a set of tasks designed to get people ...
Getting Recognition for Your Open Source Project/Product Rikki Endsley , Frank Karlitschek , Joe 'zonker' Brockmeier , Joseph Eckert , Mike Maney Experts in Anayst, Press and community relations, including Joseph Eckert, Rikki Endsley, and Mike Maney ...
The audience is for developers or project managers that need to get their project more attention Joe 'zonker' Brockmeier , Jz , Red Hat Joe Brockmeier is a member of Red Hat's Open Source and Standards (OSAS) team, and ...
OpenDaylight Performance Daniel Farrell This talk will cover what we currently know about OpenDaylight performance, as well as the ...
Hacking OpenStack for Padawans Adolfo Brandes , Hastexo This is where you'll learn how to hack OpenStack itself. You'll start by firing up ...
Updating OpenDaylight's HostTracker Evan Zeller As the model driven SAL becomes more central to the infrastructure of OpenDaylight, a group ...
Atomic in Depth: A Look at Project Atomic for Managing Docker Containers Joe 'zonker' Brockmeier Project Atomic, a concept for creating hosts to run Docker containers, was unveiled in April ...
Ganeti, the Less Known Features Guido Trotter Guido is a Senior Engineer at Google, and has worked as a core Ganeti developer ...
Integrating oVirt and Foreman to Empower your Data-Center Yaniv Bronheim In this session Yaniv will give a short introduction to oVirt and Foreman and discuss ...
Compressing Strings of the Kernel Wolfram Sang In the past, there have been experiments to compress the strings within the kernel to ...
Getting More Out Of System Suspend In Linux Rafael J. Wysocki System suspend is one of the most mature and widely used power management techniques in ...
SteamOS Magic Keith Packard Turning the Linux Desktop into a Gaming Console Valve Software, developers of the Steam app-store ...
Best practices for MySQL High Availability Colin Charles The MySQL world is full of tradeoffs and choosing a High Availability (HA) solution is ...
Why You Should Consider Using btrfs, Real COW Snapshots and File Level Incremental Server OS Upgrades Like Google Does Marc Merlin The presentation will give you everything you know to get up to speed with btfrs, ...
Lessons About Community From Science Fiction Dawn Foster If you think you saw this presentation at LinuxCon last year, you're wrong! To avoid ...
Keynote: Innovation in a 3D Printing Community Anthony Moschella The rise of Linux over the last two decades has been nothing short of a ...
Keynote: Innovations in Prosthetics With Open Source Jonathan Kuniholm I'm interested in using open source strategies and legislative and regulatory measures to try and ...
Keynote: Revolutionize the Way IT is Created and Consumed Douglas Balog The Linux community provides an opportunity to take advantage of a wider range of solutions ...
Storage Tiering and Erasure Coding in Ceph Sam Just Ceph is designed around the assumption that all components of the system (disks, hosts, networks) ...
A Duel of Two Libraries - Cairo vs. Skia: Which Draws Faster? Bryce Harrington Cairo is used extensively throughout the Linux desktop for 2D rendering, but Chromium's Skia drawing ...
Extending Perf For In-Memory Counter Accumulation Cody Schafer Perf and later the sysfs interfaces describing events were designed with certain assumptions about how ...
New Views on Your Source Code History with 'git replace Christian Couder Git has become the most popular version control system in the Open Source world, and ...
Testing Video4Linux Applications and Drivers Hans Verkuil The video4linux subsystem of the kernel is a very large API with many ioctls, settings, ...
MariaDB: The New MySQL is Everywhere Colin Charles MariaDB is now shipping in every Linux distribution and is the default MySQL in many. ...
The Proper Care of Feeding of MySQL Database for Linux Admins Who Also Have DBA duties Morgan Tocker You there, Linux administration god -- did they mention you also have a small to ...
OpenStack Neutron - Software Defined Networking Phil Hopkins Ever wondered about how users can create their own virtual networks to connect to their ...
Exploring Big Data and Analytics for Innovative Business Results Linton Ward Data is emerging as the world’s newest resource for competitive advantage. As the value of ...
Virgil3D: Journey to a Virtio GPU Dave Airlie There has been a gap in the Linux/KVM/qemu desktop virtualisation space for many years compared ...
Why Use Xen for Large Scale Enterprise Deployments? Konrad Rzeszutek Wilk For many years, the Xen community has been delivering a solid virtualization platform for the ...
LTSI 3.10 Status Update & Future Plans Tsugikazu Shibata , Hisao Munakata LTSI is a Linux Foundation project that develops and maintains kernel for the industry use. ...
Devicetree: Kernel Internals and Practical Troubleshooting Frank Rowand There have been many presentations on what a devicetree looks like and how to create ...
Getting the Most Out of Your Code With Help From the Compiler Thiago Macieira Traditionally, supporting new processor instructions required writing assembly code. Those days, processors are very complex ...
Standard Specification to Open Source in Internet of Everything Soohong Park This presentation talkes about the introduction of Internet of Everything including a new open source ...
Go Schemaless in SQL with Dynamic Columns Max Mether The Dynamic column feature added into MariaDB since 5.3 allows you to store schemaless data ...
UEFI Secure Boot – Strengthening the Chain of Trust Jeff Bobzin The UEFI Secure Boot Feature can be used to protect Linux-based systems but only if ...
ARM'ed OpenStack Farm Andrea Gallo Linaro is a not for profit organization funded by the majority of leading ARM partners ...
Building a DevOps PaaS with Puppet, Docker, OpenStack, and Apache Stratos Lakmal Warusawithana Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) is a technology designed to make DevOps easier and allow developers to focus ...
Tuning Applications For Your IT Infrastructure: What Can Go Wrong Rosemary Francis Even when the software and IT infrastructure have been well designed, installation and configuration problems ...
Persistent Memory Matthew Wilcox This presentation discusses the changes being made to Linux in order to take advantage of ...
The Architecture of Linux Traffic Control Cong Wang Traffic Control is an important and complicated part of Linux kernel networking subsystem, especially when ...
kpatch: Have Your Security And Eat It Too! Josh Poimboeuf System administrators are often expected to balance two opposing goals: security and convenience. If they ...
Fork and Ignore: Fighting a GPL Violation By Coding Instead Bradley M. Kuhn Typically, GPL enforcement activity involves copyright infringement actions which compel license violators to correct errors ...
UEFI Test Tools for Linux Developers Brian Richardson Stable Linux deployments depend on quality firmware. This includes UEFI runtime services, ACPI and security ...
Migration Strategies from vSphere to Linux and OpenStack via a shared virtualized network Dan Conde In this talk, Dan Conde will explore ways in which users who are considering migrating ...
Troubleshooting as a Service Sagi Brody As the standardized offerings for hosting and cloud providers become more complex and interdependent, so ...
How LOLcats and Distro-Flexible Expertise Can Change Your Life Clyde Seepersad With the help of funny LOLcat animated gifs, Clyde will walk the audience through the ...
License Challenges in the Multimedia Environment Muriel Moscardini This talk will help create awareness around the licensing models on open environment when it ...
novm: Hypervisor Rebooted Adin Scannell Virtualization isn't only used to consolidate legacy hardware anymore; it runs the world's largest shared ...
Backporting the kernel with SmPL Luis R. Rodriguez As we evolve as software developers we not only have to consider how to better ...
LLVMLinux: Embracing the Dragon Behan Webster This session will provide an update on the status of the LLVMLinux project; a project ...
Tux On Top: Open Source at the Top of the Rack John W. Linville Enterprise packet switching hardware has continued to be a hold-out against open source in the ...
PGP Web of Trust: How Does it Work? Konstantin Ryabitsev All Public Key Cryptography (PKI) implementations rely on trust. Before Alice sends a secret message ...
Building ARM Servers with UEFI and ACPI Dong Wei , Roy Franz ARM server is an exciting platform driving new ideas about how to build servers. UEFI ...
Synnefo: A Complete Cloud Platform over Google Ganeti With OpenStack APIs Vangelis Koukis Synnefo is an open source cloud platform written from scratch in Python. It provides Compute, ...
Fleet: systemd for Clusters Brandon Philips Scaling an application from one machine to two is a difficult. But, with it comes ...
Managing KVM with Open Source Projects and Closed Source Products Tony Gargya KVM provides a superior foundation for huge multi-tenant, cloud data centers. After giving an overview ...
Bluetooth Low Energy and Internet of Things Marcel Holtmann With the introduction of Bluetooth Smart aka Low Energy the ubiquity of Bluetooth is more ...
Building Linux Support for Digital TV Mauro Carvalho Chehab This speech will cover the infrastructure that is being built in order to support Digital ...
Linux and 3D Printing Tom Callaway The 3D printer is changing the world as we know it, as the price for ...
NFV in the Embedded World: Yocto Project and OpenStack Jason Wessel While there are many ways to build an embedded NFV solution, there are very few ...