OpenSolaris virtualization technologies
By ndroux on Sep 12, 2006
It was great to be in Seattle last week to kick off a new year of Tech Days. The monthly events this year include a day dedicated to OpenSolaris, which is a great opportunity to catch up with OpenSolaris projects, hear from OpenSolaris engineers, and connect with the local community. Watch for our tour coming to a city near you.
In Seattle, I had the pleasure to give a presentation on OpenSolaris Virtualization Technologies covering a wide range of topics such as Zones, BrandZ, Xen, and CrossBow. My presentation is now available online (I'd like to thank Tim, Todd, Joost, David, and Nils for providing some material for this presentation.)
Other excellent talks at the OpenSolaris day included a presentation by Stephen on building and deploying OpenSolaris, a great presentation from Glenn on OpenSolaris security features, as well as energized talk by Jim on OpenSolaris POD (Performance Observability and Debugging.) Teresa concluded this busy day by leading a BOF which lead to the creation of a new OpenSolaris user group in Seattle