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Xen Summit 2011 Agenda and Speaker Lineup Announced, home of the open source Xen hypervisor, today announced that its annual Xen Summit North America conference will be held, August 2-3 in Santa Clara, California. This year’s event, which rotates between sponsoring companies, will be hosted by Citrix at its Silicon Valley headquarters, and will be the first event held at the new state-of-the-art Citrix Conference Center. The annual Xen Summit attracts prominent Xen community members and thought leaders from around the world to hear updates on future plans, research and new developments for technologies based on the Xen Hypervisor, as well as discuss the current state of projects applying Xen technology to areas like cloud computing, mobility and security. A key platform for some of the world’s largest and most successful public clouds, the Xen hypervisor is the collective effort of a global development community representing more than 50 leading technology vendors, universities, and virtualization experts. This year’s agenda brings together some of the best minds in open source to discuss what’s in store for Xen and how it will continue to set the pace in cloud, mobility and virtualization infrastructure.

Agenda Highlights

Mark Templeton, president and CEO of Citrix, will kick off the event with a welcome message. Agenda highlights include some of the world’s leading experts in cloud computing, mobile devices, microprocessors, security, virtualization, deep systems software and open source:

  • Xen Summit 2011 Opening Keynote – Amazon Web Services
  • Keynote Ian Pratt, chairman of and co-founder and SVP at Bromium
  • OpenStack and the Cloud Ewan Mellor, Citrix
  • Xen on ARM Sang-bum Suh, Samsung
  • Xen and Multi-core System Virtualization *** Lv, Intel
  • Xen in Linux 3 and beyond – Konrad Wilk, Oracle
  • Xen Memory Sharing Jose Renato Santos, HP Labs
  • Sub-Millisecond Latency in Xen ARM – Chuck Yoo, Korea University
  • Xen Memory Sharing and Swapping – Xiaowei Yang, Huawei
  • Secure Display Server for Xen – Eamon Walsh, National Security Agency (NSA)
  • Xen Cloud Platform Mike McClurg, Citrix
  • Disaggregated Xen – Patrick Colp, University of British Columbia
  • Improving Debugging support in Xen – Daniel Kiper, Google Summer of Code Student
  • In-VM Isolation – Boazeng Ding, Chinese Academy of Science
  • Xen RAS –Donald D Dugger, Intel
  • Xen in the Cloud – Marco Sinhoreli,
  • Xen Storage Proxies – Caitlin Bestler, Nexenta
  • Linux as HVM Guest – Stefano Stabellini, Citrix
  • Xen Hypervisor – Keir Fraser,
Published Wednesday, June 22, 2011 3:01 PM by David Marshall
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