This year's Xen Project Developer Summit is over! We had two days packed with highly technical sessions that were attended by 120 delegates. Our sessions have - as always - been very interactive with lots of discussions during and after the talks. Of course we did also have lots of time for in-corridor conversations during breaks, which most of us look forward to every year.
Andrew Cooper from Citrix is giving an introduction of Migration v2 in Xen 4.6. Check out the PDF and video.
Session Recordings and Slides
Most of the slides are already available as PDFs on the event website. We will re-post the slides later on our slideshare channel and on the Xen Project Website. Video recordings of the conference sessions are already posted on our youtube channel and will also be posted on the Xen Project Website. Check out some of my personal highlights:
Security: xSplice - Live Patching the Xen Hypervisor
by Konrad Rzeszutek Wilk, Oracle
Other security, robustness and QoS related talks that are worth checking out are
- Virtual Machine Introspection with Xen
- VM Introspection: Practical Applications
- A Fault Tolerant Virtualization Server Based on Xen
- QEMU Security Vulnerability Automatic Discovery by Symbolic Execution
- Achieving QoS in Server Virtualization
User Stories: Virtualizing the Locomotive: Ready, Set, Go!
by Mark Kraeling, GE Transportation
A great Xen and Virtualization user story showing how Xen and Virtualization is used in extreme circumstances.