By Rickramsey-Oracle on Feb 17, 2012
Next Xen Hackathon
The next Xen Hackathon will be held at the Oracle campus in Santa Clara, California, March 6, 7, and 8. Provided the world does not end before then.
When: March 6th – March 8th, 2012
Where:4030 George Sellon Circle, Santa Clara, CA 95054 (map)
Sign Up List: Attendees (To add yourself, log in or create a wiki account)
Who Should Attend?
Anybody who is interested in working on, writing about, or learning more about:
- Xen Hypervisor
- Xen components in the Linux kernel (PVOPS developers)
- Project Kronos and the Xen cloud platform using XCP
- Xen on ARM and MIPS
Doc writers and developers working on and other aspects of Xen, XCP, XenARM and related projects are also welcome.
Why Should I Attend?
To meet face to face with other Xen developers, coordinate projects, write code, and collaborate. The Xen Hackathon is a self-organizing event, where you can work on concrete problems around the Xen codebase in small, self-organizing groups.
Xen Hackathons is also a great opportunity for companies and open source projects built on Xen, XCP, or commercially based Xen products to test their code against the latest open source baselines. And fix problems.
What Is Xen?
Xen in a hypervisor that runs on several hardware platforms and hosts multiple operating systems. For more info:
Why Is Oracle Sponsoring The Xen Hackathon?
Oracle supported the Xen community for a long time. The Xen hypervisor is an integral component of Oracle VM, part of Oracle’s cloud infrastructure. See more virtualization-related content here:
- Rick Ramsey with Doan Nguyen