Andrea Arcangeli joined Qumranet and then Red Hat in 2008 because of his interest in working on the KVM Virtualization Hypervisor, with a special interest in virtual machine memory management.
Before joining Qumranet, he worked for Novell/SUSE for 9 years. He worked on many parts of the Linux Kernel, especially on the Virtual Memory subsystem. Andrea started working with Linux in his spare time shortly after first connecting to the internet back in 1996 while studying at University. He enjoys spending most of his time solving software problems and promoting the adoption of Linux, Free Software and Open Source software everywhere.
|20 years of Linux Virtual Memory
From simple server workloads to cloud virtualization
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