LPC2011 Virtualization Micro Conf

From: Jes Sorensen
Date: Fri Apr 15 2011 - 09:56:41 EST


With the success of last year's Virtualization micro-conference track
at Linux Plumbers 2010, I have accepted to organize a similar track
for Linux Plumbers 2011 in Santa Rosa. Please see the official Linux
Plumbers 2011 website for full details about the conference:

The Linux Plumbers 2011 Virtualization track is focusing on general
free software Linux Virtualization. It is not reserved for a specific
hypervisor, but will focus on general virtualization issues and in
particular collaboration amongst projects. This would include KVM,
Xen, QEMU, containers etc.

The deadline for submissions is April 30th. Please visit the following
link to submit your proposal:

Example topics:
- Kernel and Hypervisor KVM/QEMU/Xen interaction
- QEMU integration, sharing of code between the different projects
- IO Performance and scalability
- Live Migration
- Managing and supporting enterprise storage
- Support for new hardware features, and/or provide guest access to
these features.
- Guest agents
- Virtualization management tools, libvirt, etc.
- Desktop integration
- Consumer Electronics device emulation
- Custom platform configuration and coordination with the kernel

Virtualization hypervisor developers, developers of virtualization
management tools and applications, embedded virtualization developers,
vendors and others.

Best regards,
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