KCA2009 - earlybird registrations close in 1 week!
By jmcp on May 24, 2009
It's only one week before the earlybird registration period for Kernel Conference Australia closes.
As a quick reminder, in addition to our excellent keynote speakers Jeff Bonwick, Bill Moore and Max Alt, here are the people who you'll be able to meet, listen and learn from at KCA:
|Fernando Gont||Results of a Security Assessment of Common Implementation Strategies of the TCP and IP Protocols|
|Henning Brauer (OpenBSD)||Faster Packets: Performance Tuning in the OpenBSD Network Stack and PF|
|Gavin Maltby (Sun Microsystems)||Hardware & Software Fault Management Architecture|
|Pawel Dawidek (FreeBSD)||GEOM - The FreeBSD way of handling storage|
|John Sonnenschein (Sun Microsystems)||Driver and Filesystem Development with the Solaris and OpenSolaris DDI/DKI|
|David Gwynne (University of Queensland)||MCLGETI: Effective Network Livelock Mitigation and More|
|Cristina Cifuentes (Sun Microsystems)||Finding Bugs in Open Source Kernels Using Parfait|
|Sherry Moore (Sun Microsystems)||Fast reboot support (and more) for OpenSolaris|
|Max Bruning (Bruning Systems)||Porting USB HID Device Drivers Between Linux and OpenSolaris|
|James Morris (Red Hat)||Linux Kernel Security Overview|
|Percy Pari-Salas (Bond University)||Automated Testing of OpenSolaris|
|Vivek Joshi (Sun Microsystems)||Porting OpenSolaris across architectures|
|Jayakara Kini (Sun Microsystems)||Crossbow for OpenSolaris Developers|
|Garrett D'Amore (Sun Microsystems)||Boomer: the new OpenSolaris audio system|
|Pramod Batni (Sun Microsystems)||Debugging and Diagnosing Interesting Kernel Problems|
|Stewart Smith (Sun Microsystems)||(Ab)use the Kernel: what a database server can do to your kernel|
So what are you waiting for? Hurry up and register!