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Xen Summit April 2007

The following are presentations from the Xen Summit of 2007, hosted by IBM and TJ Watson and XenSource, New York, April 17th and 18th, 2007.

Presentations are ordered by the organization of the speaker, with XenSource first so that Ian's introduction and roadmap slides are at the top of the list.

Introduction Ian Pratt, XenSource
Xen Project Update and Roadmap Ian Pratt, XenSource
Smart NICs and I/O Virtualization Ian Pratt, XenSource
The XenAPI Ewan Mellor, XenSource
Shadow II update Tim Deegan, XenSource
XenEnterprise 3.2: Features & Roadmap Rich Persaud, XenSource
Paravirt_ops Update> Jeremy Fitzhardinge, XenSource
Achieving EAL 5/6 Security in a Xen-based Secure VMM John McDermott, US NRL
Crash Dump Support in Solaris Nils Nieuwejaar, Sun
Xen / Solaris Update Todd Clayton, Sun
Bug Tracking and Quality Management Tools and Strategies Henning Sprang,
Xen and the Art of Portability / Xen on the SGI Altix Jes Sorensen, SGI
Secure Architecure and Implementation of Xen on the ARM 9 for mobile devices Sang-bum Suh, Samsung
Secure remote management for Xen Daniel Berrange, Red Hat
The Linux Console and Xen Gerd Hoffmann, Red Hat
Paravirtualized Framebuffer Support in Xen Markus Armbruster, Red Hat
High Availability Clustering Using Xen Yoshi Tamura, NTT Labs Japan
Xen Security Modules George Coker, NSA
Novell's Key Roadmap Features Clyde Griffin, Novell
Extending Xen to better support HVM guests KY Srinivasan, Novell
HVM PCI Passthrough Guy Zana, Neocleus
PCI IOV Virtualization and Chanel I/O Michael Kagan, Mellanox
The Next Generation of XenLinux Jun Nakajima, Intel
VT-d & MSI Support Jun Nakajima, Intel
Merging QEMU-DM with upstream QEMU Anthony Liguori, IBM
Xen / PPC Update Jimi Xenidis, IBM
Improving HVM Scalability Mike Day, IBM
The Price of Safety: IOMMU Performance under Xen Muli Ben Yehuda, IBM
QEMU-DM Device Performance and tuning Ryan Harper, IBM
IBM VSM integration with Xen Senthil Benthachalam, IBM
Managing the sHype Access Control Module via XenAPI Stefan Berger, IBM
XenSocket: High Throughput Inter-Domain Transport for VMs Suzanne McIntosh, IBM
Comparison of the 3 Schedulers in Xen Lucy Cherkasova, HP Labs
Xen Network I/O: Performance Analysis and Opportunities for Improvement Jose Renato Santos, HP
Xen/ia64 Update Alex Williamson, HP Open Source & Linux Org.
Blktap SCSI Driver for Xen Hitoshi Matsumoto, Fujitsu
Virtual Machine Checkpointing Brendan Cully,
Semi-active Workload Replication and Live Relocation Daniel Stodden,
VMGL and Xen Andres Lagar Cavilla,
Re-architecting virtualization for multicore Himanshu Raj,
XM and XenAPI Development Tom Wilkie, Cambridge University
AMD ASID Implementation Sebastian Biemueller, AMD
Nested Page Table Support Wei Huang, AMD
OS Circular: A Framework for Internet Boot Under Xen Kuniyasu Suzaki, AIST, Japan