The EuroBSDcon 2013 Malta conference proudly presents these 42 exciting and in-depth talks in three tracks and two keynotes over two days, Saturday and Sunday, September 28-29, about these hot topics:
Y2038: Going long-long on time_t to cope with 2,147,483,647+1 by Theo de Raadt
Security Lesson Takeaways Through the Ages by Landon Curt Noll
Modernizing and Improving the Buffer Cache and VFS Midlayer in OpenBSD by Bob Beck
SCSI Multipathing in OpenBSD by David Gwynne
SATA, SAS, SSD, CAM: The Block Storage Subsystem in FreeBSD by Alexander Motin
FLASH: High Speed and High IOP Data Storage Options by Warner Losh
Open ZFS: Upcoming Features and Performance Enhancements with illumos and FreeBSD joining Forces by Matthew Ahrens and Martin Matuska
Deploying Secure NFS v3/v4 in a Large Enterprise by Moritz Willers
Automated Deployment of FreeBSD/PCBSD Systems by Kris Moore
Nginx: Architecture, Performance and Future Enhancements by Igor Sysoev
Varnish Cache: High-Performance Reverse HTTP Server Offloading by Poul-Henning Kamp
The new LAMP: Powering a Global Top100 Site with Varnish, Nginx, Redis, PHP, and NodeJS by Eric Pickup
Running the Netflix Video CDN on FreeBSD and Handling 30% of all US Internet Traffic by Alistair Crooks
Relayd: Improved High Availability Load-balancing and Connection Proxying by Reyk Floeter
Mitigating and Isolating DDoS at Layer7 using Global Server Load Balancing with gdnsd on FreeBSD by Allan Jude
Realtime Distribution of Anti-SPAM Black and White Lists using BGP by Peter Hessler
PostgeSQL 9.3: Upcoming Features by Magnus Hagander
From Bsdtar to Tarsnap Building an Online Backup Service by Colin Percival
Bacula: The Networked Backup Open Source Solution by Dan Langille
NPF: NetBSD Packet Filter Design, Features, Performance, and Latest Developments by Mindaugas Rasiukevicius
Firewalling and Security in an IPv6 World by Massimiliano Stucchi
Kuya: Automated Software Testing Framework on NetBSD by Julio Merino
ESO Extremely Large Telescope: Real Time Control for Adaptive Optics with FreeBSD by Poul-Henning Kamp
Zero-Copy Socket Splicing in the OpenBSD Kernel by Alexander Bluhm
Netmap: The Fast Network Packet I/O Framework by Luigi Rizzo
Traffic Deep Inspection: Realtime Traffic Analysis at 20Gbit/s using Netmap on FreeBSD by Fabrizio Invernizzi
The Surprising Complexity of TCP/IP Checksums by Henning Brauer
Reaching 40Gbit/s and beyond with the FreeBSD Network Stack and Driver Interface by Navdeep Parhar
Extending the FreeBSD Kernel to Netflix Video CDN Scale by Scott Long
Highly Parallel, lock-less, user-space TCP/IP Stack based on FreeBSD by Michael Dubiel
Towards a BSD Licensed and GPL-free Toolchain for NetBSD by Jörg Sonnenberger
Towards modern IAA Facilities in UNIX: Redesigning Identity, Authentication and Authorization by Dag-Erling Smorgrav
ASR: New Asynchronous DNS Resolver Implementation for OpenBSD by Eric Faurot
Packages on FreeBSD: Back to the Present by Baptiste Daroussin
Ports and Packages in OpenBSD: Refactoring an Existing Tool Base by Marc Espie
Porting Modern KDE4 to OpenBSD: A Success Story by Vadim Zhukov
Porting Firefox to BSD: How to Keep Up with Fast Moving Projects and Upstream Patches by Landry Breuil
Introducing the 64bit ARMv8 Architecture by Andrew Wafaa
NetBSD on Marvell Armada XP System on a Chip by Zbigniew Bodek
Porting FreeBSD/ARM to new SoC’s and Boards by Andrew Turner
Porting NetBSD to the AVR32 Architecture by Tomás Nino Kehoe and Leandro Santi
Virtualization on Intel Itanium by Klaus Brandstätter
FreeBSD BHyve Hypervisor hosting Other Systems by Peter Grehan
Security Infrastructure in the FreeBSD Kernel by Kirk McKusick
Saturday only: FreeBSD Developer Summit Presentations by various presenters will be announced shortly before the conference begins.
The full conference fee is only EUR 215 per person, for individuals only EUR 190 and students only EUR 120 respectively, for the two full talk days including lunches, coffee breaks with snacks and the social event beach BBQ on Saturday evening. You can attend any talks and tracks you want.
For women in technology we have a free entrance and travel grant program in cooperation with Google to improve diversity. Interested women can apply at the Women in Tech Conference and Travel Grants EMEA site and make a note during EuroBSDcon 2013 registration.
More details and schedule on the Talks and Speakers: EuroBSDcon 2013 Presentations, Talks and Speakers.
Register for the EuroBSDcon 2013 conference: EuroBSDcon 2013 Registration.
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Social Events, Partners and Family
Attendees are encouraged to bring their partners and family along for an extended weekend. A side program is organized. The location Malta has a rich history, sunny and warm weather, great scuba diving sites, nice beaches, and is well worth a visit. The social event on Saturday evening is a beach BBQ where partners and family are equally welcome. For more information see the EuroBSDcon social events and side program page.
We want to thank the EuroBSDcon 2013 sponsors again for making this conference possible: The FreeBSD Foundation (platinum), Google Inc. (platinum), Netflix Inc. (gold), HOB GmbH & Co. KG (silver), iXsystems Inc. (silver), BSDeurope.eu (silver), CloudSigma AG (silver), The NetBSD Foundation (bronze), PC Engines GmbH (bronze), Snow B.V. (bronze), Madison Gurkha B.V. (bronze), Esdenera Networks GmbH (bronze).
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