Schedule

This is LinuxLab 2017 schedule. Attention! It is still subject to change.

09:00
Conference Presentation

09:30

Virtual Memory management and Virtualization in the Linux Kernel : from simple server workloads to cloud virtualization Andrea Arcangeli

10:15

Coffee Break

10:45

Container Build and Operations with Chef's Habitat Mandi Walls
Linux kernel tracing superpowers in the cloud Andrea Righi

11:30

A Decading tale of Cgroups and namespaces Piyush Verma
Audio Driver as a Service Cesare Vinciguerra

12:15

Xen and the Many Uses of Virtualization Dario Faggioli
Raw Packet Capture in the Cloud: PF_RING and Network Namespaces Alfredo Cardigliano

13:00

Lunch

14:30

Bringing ARM servers to the cloud: insights into the ARM Linux kernel standardization process Lorenzo Pieralisi
OVH presents: vRack Discovery - a private interconnection for infrastructures worldwide Emanuel Bux and Matteo Cappelli
Datadog presents: Container monitoring challenges: isolation vs instrumentation Xavier Vello

15:15

Linux RT Patch for dummy: test e misura delle performance Michele Dionisio
Testing Docker Security Jose Manuel Ortega

16:00

Coffee Break

16:30

Design and testing of the latest SCHED_DEADLINE extensions Claudio Scordino

17:15

How to design a File System: A Beginner's Journey V N Nikhil Anurag
Network of Namespaces and Layer 2 Local Area Clouds Renzo Davoli

09:00
Conference Presentation

09:30

Pentesting ChatOps Melanie Rieback

10:15

Coffee Break

10:45

LPI Exam ∙ TBA
Software Development, Past, Present, and Future Nic Jackson

11:30

Image capture on embedded Linux system Jacopo Mondi
Dall'applicativo monolitico alla mesosfera Cristiano Casella

12:15

User and IoT-oriented Network Traffic Monitoring on Embedded Devices Luca Deri
How to build an IoT cloud platform from scratch Daniele Maccioni

13:00

Lunch

14:30

Linux Embedded Crash course Pietro Lorefice
To Server or not to Server: is that the question? Alex Casalboni

16:00

Coffee Break

16:30

Android device security Michael Trimarchi
Piece of cake - remote access to embedded device made easy Paweł Wieczorek

17:15

A Linux centered SW infrastructure for the support of asymmetric multi-processing Claudio Salati