EuroBSDcon 2013 - OpenZFS

EuroBSDcon 2013 Open ZFSMalta's sunny weather and beautiful sea attracted many international speakers and guests to EuroBSDcon 2013. The conference was held at the Hilton Conference Centre in St. Julian’s, Malta on September 26-29, 2013. This year my co-speaker was Matt Ahrens, one of the two founders of the ZFS filesystem. Our talk was about the OpenZFS project and covered the current state and future coordination of open source ZFS development in multiple platforms - illumos, FreeBSD and Linux.
PDF with presentation slides

Here is a selection of high-quality talks I attended:
  • Nginx: Architecture, Performance and Future Enhancements by Igor Sysoev
  • Varnish Cache: High-Performance Reverse HTTP Server Offloading by Poul-Henning Kamp
  • Running the Netflix Video CDN on FreeBSD and Handling 30% of all US Internet Traffic by Alistair Crooks
  • Security Infrastructure in the FreeBSD Kernel by Kirk McKusick
  • Failures of Shallow, Inconsistent & Incomplete Security by Landon Curt Noll
Links:
EuroBSDcon 2013 Homepage

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