Linux Piter 2016

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  • The quest for low latency with block I/O

    Paolo Valente / Assistant Professor / Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia

  • Tempesta FW: yet another Linux kernel Web-accelerator

    Alexander Krizhanovsky / CEO / Tempesta Technologies

  • Building a PaaS with Docker, Consul and Python

    Konstantin Nazarov / SRE / Tarantool

  • So you want to write a Linux driver subsystem?

    Michael Turquette / President and CEO / BayLibre

  • Tuning Linux for Your Database

    Alexey Zhebel / Technical Writer // Nickolay Ihalainen / Senior Technical Services Engineer / Percona

  • Creating high-speed NIC on FPGA-powered Linux from scratch

    Pavel Kurochkin / CTO // Denis Gabidullin / Lead developer / STC Metrotek

  • DevOps: Modern Trends

    Mykola Marzhan / Senior DevOps

  • Don't you care too much for containers?

    Pavel Emelyanov / Architect / Virtuozzo

  • Switching from XFS to BlueStore on Ceph experience

    Maxim Vorontsov / Engineer

  • Introduction to Power Management

    Michael Turquette / President and CEO / BayLibre

  • A new era of decentralized self-organizing wireless networks

    Kirill Lukonin / Postgraduate / Ural Federal University

  • NVMe over Fabriс in a Nutshellc

    Sergey Platonov / Chief Strategist / RAIDIX

  • PowerCI.org: the product development CI loop based on kernelci.org

    Benoit Cousson / Co-Founder, President & CTO / BayLibre

  • NVMe over Fabriс in a Nutshellc

    Sergey Platonov / Chief Strategist / RAIDIX

  • OpenWRT - the most affordable embedded Linux distribution

    Alexey Brodkin / Senior Software Engineer / Synopsys

  • How do debuggers (really) work

    Pawel Moll / Principal Engineer / ARM

  • How devops exhausts itself, and what will happen next

    Cyril Vechera / CTO / Jetware

  • Device Tree Overlay

    Ivan Oleynikov / Systems Programmer // Dmirty Hodyrev / FPGA design/verification engineer / STC Metrotek

  • How to build an easily supported applicatio

    Nikolay Sivko / Co-founder / okmeter.io

  • How Linux beat Bufferbloat

    Stephen Hemminger / Principal Software Architect / Microsoft

  • Live migration in LXD

    Tycho Andersen / Software Engineer / Canonical

  • ACPI on open connected boards

    Andy Shevchenko / Intel

  • HA in Linux: Pacemaker’s problems and what do we do about them

    Victoria Cherkalova / Senior Software Engineer, Team Lead / DELL EMC

For the second time IT-Events hold GNU/Linux-conference "Linux Piter",  which will take place on November 11 - 12 in St. Petersburg"Linux Piter" conference is the technological event oriented on engineers of the IT companies using GNU/Linux for development of own products. Participants will get acquainted with the current trends of the GNU/Linux-environment from world experts.

 

 Format

  • 2-days conference in two parallel tracks.
  • Language*: English and Russian 

* The booklet for the participant and the presentation of all speakers will be in English. In the first track will perform foreign speakers in English.

 

 Topics

NETWORK

SERVER AND STORAGE

  • SDN and Open Stack 
  • New routing or packet filtering/delivering mechanisms
  • Internet of things protocols and concepts from the network point of view
  • Linux networking APIs (best practices, limitations, performance, etc. from the application POV)
  • DPDK
  • Support of new hardware (SMR, NVMe, LightNVM/OpenChannel SSD, etc)
  • Persistent memory in Linux (NVM, pmem, DAX, etc)
  • Scalability improvements in Linux 
  • Open source databases
  • Linux filesystems and distributed storage (btrfs, overlayfs, ceph, glusterfs, etc)

VIRTUALIZATION

CLOUD

  • QEMU/KVM high performance I/O (virtio, vhost, data-planes)
  • Virtualization management (libvirt and project built on top of it)
  • General topics (nested virtualization, live migration, QoS)
  • LXC/Docker and technologies they are built on
  • SocketPlane (as a new Docker-level SDN)
  • Open source cloud stacks (OpenStack, CloudStack, oVirt, etc)
  • Open source SDN/SDS (OpenvSwitch, GlusterFS, etc)

EMBEDDED & MOBILE

  • Linux-based  electronic systems development
  • Open source mobile operating systems
  • Kernel and system software tuned for embedded application

 

 Conference prepared by

 

Alexander Akopyan

Russia. Saint Petersburg

Engineering Manager 

DELL EMC

Pavel Frolov

Russia. Saint Petersburg

CEO

GNU / Linuxcenter​

Kirill Krinkin

Russia. Saint Petersburg

Head of Software Engineering Dept

     

Dmitriy Kostiuk

Belarus. Minsk

Associate Professor 

BSTU

Vasiliy Tolstoy

Russia. Saint Petersburg

Lead Programmer

DELL EMC

Dmitry Кривенок

Russia. Saint Petersburg

Lead programmer

DELL EMC

Alexander Chistyakov

Russia. Saint Petersburg

Senior Software Developer 

DataArt

Denis Kalanov

Russia. Saint Petersburg

Development Director

IT-Events

Diana Lyubavskaya

Russia. Saint Petersburg

Event manager

IT-Events


 

How it was before

  • Detailed report following the results of Linux Piter 2015 (2015 November 21)

Day 1 (11 November 2016)

Time

Track 1

Track 2

13.00 - 14.00

Registration. Welcome coffee

13.50 - 14.15

Oficial opening

14.15 - 15.15

How Linux beat Bufferbloat (eng)

Stephen Hemminger

Portland. USA

Principal Software Architect 

Microsoft

Building a PaaS with Docker, Consul and Python (rus + eng)

Konstantin Nazarov

Russia. Moscow

SRE

Tarantool

15.15 - 15.30

Break

15.30 - 16.30

So you want to write a Linux driver subsystem? (eng)

Michael Turquette

USA. Los Angeles

President and CEO

BayLibre

Tempesta FW: yet another Linux kernel Web-accelerator (rus + eng)

Alexander Krizhanovsky

Russia. Moscow

CEO

Tempesta Technologies

16.30 - 17.00

Coffee-break

17.00 - 17.40

Tuning Linux for Your Database (eng)

Alexey Zhebel

Technical Writer

Nickolay Ihalainen

Senior Technical Services Engineer

Russia. Saint Petersburg

Percona

Creating high-speed NIC on FPGA-powered Linux from scratch (rus + eng)

Pavel Kurochkin

CTO

Denis Gabidullin

Lead developer

Russia. Saint Petersburg

STC Metrotek

17.40 - 17.55

Break

17.55 - 18.35

HA in Linux: Pacemaker’s problems and what do we do about them (eng)

Victoria Cherkalova

Russia. Saint Petersburg

Senior Software Engineer, Team Lead

DELL EMC

DevOps: Modern Trends (rus + eng)

Mykola Marzhan

Ukraine. Kiev

Senior DevOps

18.35 - 19.00

Closing of the first conference day

 

Day 2 (12 November 2016)

Time

Track 1

Track 2

09.00 - 10.00

Registration. Welcome coffee

10.00 - 10.40

How do debuggers (really) work (eng)

Pawel Moll

United Kingdom. Cambridge

Principal Engineer

ARM

Don't you care too much for containers? (rus + eng)

Pavel Emelyanov

Russia. Moscow

Architect

Virtuozzo

10.40 - 10.50

Break

10.50 - 11.20

Linux network report​ (eng)

Stephen Hemminger

USA. Portland

Principal Software Architect 

Microsoft

Switching from XFS to BlueStore on Ceph experience (rus + eng)

Maxim Vorontsov

Russia. Moscow

Engineer

11.20 - 11.30

Break

11.30 - 12.10

Introduction to Power Management (eng)

Michael Turquette

USA. Los Angeles

President and CEO

BayLibre

How devops exhausts itself, and what will happen next (rus + eng)

Cyril Vechera

Russia. Saint Petersburg

CTO

Jetware

12.10 - 12.40

Coffee-break

12.40 - 13.30

Linux IO internals for database administrators (eng)

Ilya Kosmodemiansky

Germany. Saarbrucken

CEO / Adviser

PostgreSQL-Consulting

Device Tree Overlay (rus + eng)

Ivan Oleynikov

Systems Programmer

Dmirty Hodyrev

FPGA design/verification engineer

Russia. Saint Petersburg

STC Metrotek

13.30 - 14.30

Lunch

14.30 - 15.10

Live migration in LXD (eng)

Tycho Andersen

USA. Denver

Software Engineer

Canonical

A new era of decentralized self-organizing wireless networks (rus + eng)

Kirill Lukonin

Russia. Yekaterinburg

Postgraduate

Ural Federal University

15.10 - 15.25

Break

15.25- 16.05

The quest for low latency with block I/O (eng)

Paolo Valente

Italy. Emilia

Assistant Professor

Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia

How to build an easily supported application (rus + eng)

Nikolay Sivko

Russia. Moscow

Co-founder

okmeter.io

16.05 - 16.35

Coffee-break

16.35 - 17.15

PowerCI.org: the product development CI loop based on kernelci.org (eng)

Benoit Cousson

France. Nice

Co-Founder, President & CTO

BayLibre

NVMe over Fabriс in a Nutshellc (rus + eng)

Sergey Platonov

Russia. Saint Petersburg

Chief Strategist

RAIDIX

 17.15 - 17.30

Break

17.30 - 18.30

OpenWRT - the most affordable embedded Linux distribution (eng)

Alexey Brodkin

Russia. Saint Petersburg

Senior Software Engineer

Synopsys

On performance analyzing again: Gathering and visualizing flamegraphs in realtime in Linux environment (rus + eng)

Alexander Chistyakov​

Russia. Saint Petersburg

Senior Software Developer 

DataArt

18.30 - 19.00

Closing of the conference

   

 

Day3 (13 November 2016)

 

10.00 - 16:00

Cultural program for speakers and participants of the conference

     

Benoit Cousson

France. Nice

Co-Founder, President & CTO

BayLibre

Alexander Chistyakov

Russia. Saint Petersburg

Senior Software Developer 

DataArt

Pavel Emelyanov

Russia. Moscow

Architect

Virtuozzo

     

Paolo Valente

Italy. Emilia

Assistant Professor

Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia

Cyril Vechera

Russia. Saint Petersburg

CTO

Jetware

 

Konstantin Nazarov

Russia. Moscow

Team Leader

Tarantool

     

Michael Turquette

Talk 1 / Talk 2

USA. Los Angeles

President and CEO

BayLibre

Victoria Cherkalova

Russia. Saint Petersburg

Senior Software Engineer, Team Lead

DELL EMC

Alexander Krizhanovsky

Russia. Moscow

CEO

Tempesta Technologies

 

     

Stephen Hemminger

Talk 1 / Talk 2

USA. Portland

Principal Software Architect 

Microsoft

Alexey Brodkin

Russia. Saint Petersburg

Senior Software Engineer

Synopsys

Nikolay Sivko

Russia. Moscow

Co-founder

okmeter.io

     

Pawel Moll

United Kingdom. Cambridge

Principal Engineer

ARM

Sergey Platonov

Russia. Saint Petersburg

Chief Strategist

RAIDIX

Maxim Vorontsov

Russia. Moscow

Engineer

     

Tycho Andersen

USA. Denver

Software Engineer

Canonical

Pavel Kurochkin

Russia. Saint Petersburg

CTO

STC Metrotek

Denis Gabidullin

Russia. Saint Petersburg

Lead developer

STC Metrotek

     

Ilya Kosmodemiansky

Germany. Saarbrucken

CEO / Adviser

PostgreSQL-Consulting

Ivan Oleynikov

Russia. Saint Petersburg

Systems Programmer

STC Metrotek

Kirill Lukonin

Russia. Yekaterinburg

Postgraduate

Ural Federal University

     

Mykola Marzhan

Ukraineю. Kiev

Senior DevOps

Dmitry Hodyrev

Russia. Saint Petersburg

FPGA design / Verification engineer

STC Metrotek

Alexey Zhebel

Russia. Saint Petersburg

Technical Writer

Percona

     
   
 

Nickolay Ihalainen

Russia. Saint Petersburg

Senior Technical Services Engineer

Percona

 
 
 

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