Talks

In progress
AM PM
9h30 – 10h Welcome 14h20 – 15h

Thomas Gleixner

Kernel hacking behind closed doors

10h – 10h40

Steven Rostedt

ftrace: Where modifying a running kernel all started

15h – 15h40

Rafael Wysocki

What To Do When Your Device Depends on Another One

10h50 – 11h30

Dodji Seketeli

Analyzing changes to the binary interface exposed by the Kernel to its modules

15h40 – 16h20 Break
11h40 – 12h20

Alexei Starovoitov

BPF at Facebook

16h20 – 17h Aurélien Rougemont
12h30 – 14h20 Lunch time 17h10 – 17h50

Julien Thierry

No NMI? No Problem! – Implementing Arm64 Pseudo-NMI

AM PM
9h30 – 10h Welcome 14h20 – 15h

Jean Delvare

Marvels of Memory Auto-configuration (SPD)

10h – 10h40

Christian Brauner

pidfds: Process file descriptors on Linux

15h – 15h40

Jesper Dangaard Brouer

XDP closer integration with network stack

10h50 – 11h30

David Miller

The ubiquity but also the necessity of eBPF as a technology to keep the kernel relevant

15h40 – 16h20 Break
11h40 – 12h20 Gustavo R Silva 16h20 – 17h Jens Axboe
12h30 – 14h20 Lunch time 17h10 – 17h50

Bradley Kuhn

The Next Steps toward Software Freedom for Linux

Charity auction

redB

AM PM
9h30 – 10h Welcome 14h20 – 15h

Daniel Bistrot de Oliveira

Formal modeling made easy

10h – 10h40

Eric Leblond

Suricata and XDP

15h – 15h40

Jonathan Corbet

Kernel documentation: past, present, and future

10h50 – 11h30

Greg KH

CVEs are dead, long live the CVE!

15h40 – 16h20 Break
11h40 – 12h20

Enric Balletbo i Serra

Driving the industry toward upstream first

16h20 – 17h

Jose E Marchesi

GNU poke, an extensible editor for structured binary data

12h30 – 14h20 Lunch time 17h10 – 17h50

Joel Fernandes

RCU in 2019: Improvements, changes, use cases, models