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Xen Summit September 2006

The following are presentations from the Xen Summit of Fall 2006, hosted by Intel Corp and XenSource, San Jose, September 7th and 8th, 2006.

Presentations are ordered roughly in the order in which they were made at the summit. Copyright in all materials is held by the contributors.

Welcome and Introduction Ian Pratt, XenSource
Xen Core Roadmap Keir Fraser, Xensource
NUMA Support in Xen Ryan Harber, IBM
Ryan Grimm, IBM
The Xen Port of Kexec / Kdump Magnus Damm, VA Linux Systems
Simon Horman, VA Linux Systems
Kexec'ing Xen Guests or redesigning the Xen Domain Builder Gerd Hoffmann, SUSE Labs / Novell
Xen Support for Intel® LaGrande Technology Joseph Cihula, Intel
Security & Availability Steven Hand, University of Cambridge & XenSource
Shadow2 Tim Deegan, XenSource
Michael Fetterman, University of Cambridge, Intel
Xen HVM Support Update Asit Mallick, Intel
ACPI Support for HVM Guest Winston Wang, Intel
Xen/HVM SMP Status Xin Li, Intel
Eddie Dong, Intel
HVM Performance Data Ian Pratt, XenSource
Towards Enterprise Level Security with Xen - sHype Access Control Module (ACM) Reiner Sailer, IBM
Ronald Perez, IBM
Stefan Berger, IBM
Ramón Cáceres, IBM
Leendert van Doorn, IBM
Xen Security Modules (XSM) George Coker, NSA
PowerPC Xen: Round Peg, Square Hole Hollis Blanchard, IBM
Jimi Xenidis, IBM
Xen non-x86 Architectures Alex Williamson
The Xen Credit CPU Scheduler Emmanuel Ackaouy, XenSource
Profiling in Xen J. Renato Santos, HP Labs
G. John Janakiraman, HP Labs
Yoshio Turner, HP Labs
Aravind Menon, HP Labs
Tutorial: Profiling in Xen J. Renato Santos, HP Labs
Xen Summer 2006 Summit Performance Update Andrew Theurer, IBM
Optimizing Grid Site Manager Performance with Virtual Machines

Diwaker Gupta, HP
Lucy Cherkasova, HP
Eygene Ryabinkin, HP
Roman Kurakin, HP
Vladimir Dobretsov, RRC-KI
Amin Vahdat, UC San Diego

XenRT: XenSource's Xen Testing Infrastructure James Bulpin, XenSource
Xen Testing : xm-test Nivedita Singhvi, IBM
Intel Xen Testing Jeff Zheng, Intel
HVM Devices Chair: Christian Limpach
dm-userspace Dan Smith, IBM
Virtual-To-Emulation (V2E): Real-Mode Support Leendert van Doorn, IBM
Khoa Huynh, IBM
Improving HVM Domain Isolation and Performance Jun Nakajima, Intel
Daniel Stekloff, IBM
Saving and Restoring HVM Domain Jun Nakajima, Intel
Edwin Zhai
Progressive Paravirtualization Keir Fraser, XenSource
TCP / Generic Segmentation Offload and it's Application in Xen Herbert Xu, Red Hat
Network Optimizations for PV Guests J. Renato Santos, HP Labs
G. John Janakiraman, HP Labs
Yoshio Turner, HP Labs
Virtually Persistant Data Andrew Warfield, XenSource
Virtual Frame Buffer for PV Xen Markus Armbruster, Red Hat
Xen Linux Merge Status Chris Wright, Red Hat
OpenSolaris on Xen - Update Joe Bonasera, Sun Microsystems
Todd Clayton, Sun Microsystems
Dave Edmondson, Sun Microsystems
Mark Johnson, Sun Microsystems
John Levon, Sun Microsystems
Tim Marsland, Sun Microsystems
Fedora Core 6 & Beyond: Virtualization at Red Hat Brian Stein, Red Hat
Novell SLES 10/Xen: Roadmap Presentation Clyde R. Griffin, Novell
Infiniband on Xen Update Nivedita Singhvi, IBM
Virtualizing InfiniBand in Xen: Prototype Design, Implementation and Performance Jiuxing Liu, IBM
Bulent Abali, IBM
Wei Huang, Ohio State University
DK Panda, Ohio State University
Accelerated Xen Networking Greg Law, Solarflare Communications
Network Resources and VMs Tony Vaidya, Cisco Systems
IOMMU Integration Muli Ben-Yehuda, IBM
Jon D Mason, IBM
Jimi Xenidis, IBM
Virtual Storage Ports James Smart, Emulex Corp.
Smart NICs Ian Pratt, XenSource
Xen Management API and Control Stack Ewan Mellor, XenSource
Open Standard CIM Management for Xen Gareth S. Bestor, IBM
Jim Fehlig, Novell
libvirt: The Virtualization API Daniel P. Berrangé, Red Hat
Xen scsifront/back Drivers Fujita Tomonori, NTT Cyber Solutions Laboratories
Blink: Advanced Display Multiplexing for Virtualized Applications Jacob Gorm Hansen, University of Copenhagen
Xen Summit Summary and Closing Ian Pratt, XenSource
 
   
   

 


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