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[Xen-devel] Xen Summit #5 schedule


Appended is the current schedule for the Xen Summit #5 in Santa Clara
next week.

NB: Some of the start/end times are a little different from earlier
versions as we wanted to get the longest session length down to 90 mins
and accommodate folk flying out Fri afternoon.

The registration site is still open, but we're on the verge of maxing
out the venue, so it's likely to close soon.

See you next week!


Program Scheduling Overview
Day 1   Weds Nov 14
 13:30 - 14:30 Session 1 (60m)
 15:00 - 16:00 Session 2 (60m)
 16:30 - 17:50 Session 3 (80m)

Day 2   Thur Nov 15
 09:00 - 10:30 Session 1 (90m)
 11:00 - 12:30 Session 2 (90m)
 13:45 - 15:15 Session 3 (90m)
 15:45 - 17:15 Session 4 (90m)
 18:30 -       Summit Dinner

Day 3   Fri Nov 16
 09:00 - 10:30 Session 1 (90m)
 11:00 - 12:30 Session 2 (90m)

+ Wednesday: Session 1: Introductory Comments and Xen Status/Roadmaps
- Ian Pratt: Project status and organization (30m)
- Keir Fraser: Roadmap and releases (30m)

+ Wednesday: Session 2: Xen Community: A Sampling of Status and Roadmaps
+ chair: Jun Nakajima
- Todd Clayton: OpenSolaris, Xen, and the xVM project (15m)
- Clyde Griffin: Novell Xen Roadmap (15m)
- Jeremy Fitzhardinge: Linux paravirtops status (15m)
- Aron Griffis: IA64 update (15m)

+ Wednesday: Session 3: Add One-half Xen and Stir Briskly (80m)
+ chair: Dan Magenheimer
- Mick Jordan: JavaGuest (20m)
- Gerd Hoffman: Introducing xenner (20m)
- John Zulauf: Xen Extensions to Enable Modular/3P Device Emulation for
HVM (20m)
- Daniel Berrange: Directions for development & integration of Xen and
QEMU (20m)

+ Thursday: Session 1: CPUs updates, scheduling, mobile (90m)
+ chair: Mike Day
- Tom Woller: AMD Update (20m)
- Jun Nakajima: Intel Updates (20m)
- Scott Rixner: Scheduling Pitfalls for I/O-intensive Guests (20m)
- Sang-bum Suh: Secure Xen on ARM

+ Thursday: Session 2: Xen Networking (90m)
+ chair: Keir Fraser
- Steve Pope: The Convergence of Storage and Server Virtualization 
- Jose Renato Santos:  Netchannel2: Improving Xen Network Performance
- David Edmondson: OpenSolaris xVM network architecture

+ Thursday: Session 3: Xen Memory and Storage (90m)
+ chair: Ky Srinivasan
- Grzegorz Milos: Memory CoW in Xen (30m)
- Hitoshi Matsumoto: SCSI support status at Xen Summit #5 (30m)
- Dutch T. Meyer: Parallax: A VM Storage Infrastructure (30m)

+ Thursday: Session 4: Xen Security (90m)
+ chair: Stephen Tweedie
- Vedvyas Shanbhogue: VIS:Virtualization-based Integrity Services (30m)
- Derek Murray: Improving Xen security through domain-zero
disaggregation (30m)
- Joseph Cihula: Trusted Boot: Verifying the Xen Launch (30m)

+ Friday: Session 1: Xen Deployment (90m):
+ chair: Tom Woller
- Roman Marxer:  Ganeti - a Xen based high availability cluster
- Dave Lively: Running Xen diskless
- Brendan Cully: High-speed checkpointing for high availability

+ Friday: Session 2: Xen Deployment (90m):
+ chair: Ian Pratt
- Donald Dugger: Updating Xen for the Client Environment (30m)
- Padmashree K Apparao: Char'n/Analysis of a Server Consolid Benchmark
- Frank Martin: Virtualization of Enterprise Data Centers Using Xen
- Ian Pratt: wrap-up (20m)

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