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Tuesday, October 22 • 2:30pm - 3:00pm
One Year Later: And There are Still Things to Improve in Migration! - Juan Quintela, Red Hat

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This talk offers a description of what has changed during the last year on migration. The changes that have happened to improve migration in machines with huge amount of memory/vcpus. There has also been changes integrating migration over RDMA. There is also going to describe the "adventures" of the author trying to find where the stalls happening during migration came from (hint: they didn't came from the migration code).

The end of this talk will also describe what is the future work for migration and related projects, from where are:
- kemari (fault tolerance)
- post-copy migration
- what is missing to make easy to change the migration protocol_x000D_
- what we need to do to improve with testing_x000D_

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Juan Quintela

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
Born in Galicia (Spain). Starting doing PhD in Computing Science (Functional Programming). After 3 years, Linux Kernel Programming lured him. Worked at Mandriva as Kernel Maintainer from 2000 to 2005. In 2005 he joins the Virtualization Team at Red Hat. Currently he is working at kvm hypervisor, from handling migration with VMState, build system/config issues and other random bits. He teachs Operating Systems in Universidade da Coruña... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2013 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Edinburgh Suite

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