Brussels / 2 & 3 February 2019

schedule

K.1.105 (La Fontaine)


Day Start End Track(s)
Saturday 11:00 18:50 Databases, Storage
Sunday 09:00 16:50 Hardware, Miscellaneous, Performance
09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Saturday Better loop mounts with NBD
Take your loop mounts to the next level with nbdkit
ELI5: ZFS Caching
Explain Like I'm 5: How the ZFS Adaptive Replacement Cache works
Data services in a hybrid cloud world with Ceph
Making data as portable as your stateless microservices
Square Kilometre Array and its Software Defined Supercomputer
... and a very fast parallel file system
PostgreSQL Goes to 11! Hugepages and databases
working with abundant memory in modern servers
PostgreSQL vs. fsync
How is it possible that PostgreSQL used fsync incorrectly for 20 years, and what we'll do about it.
Raft in Scylla
Consensus in an eventually consistent database
Sunday Love What You Do, Everyday! Tesla Hacking to FreedomEV!
Bringing Freedom to electric vehicle software
Go on Microcontrollers: Small Is Going Big
TinyGo takes the Go programming language to the "final frontier" where we could not go before... running directly on microcontrollers.
Fine-grained Distributed Application Monitoring Using LTTng eBPF powered Distributed Kubernetes performance analysis Perl 11
The Future of Saint Larry's Language
Making the next blockbuster game with FOSS tools
Using Free Software tools to achieve high quality game visuals.
SUSI.AI: An Open Source Platform for Conversational Web

Events

Title Track Start End

Saturday

  Better loop mounts with NBD
Take your loop mounts to the next level with nbdkit
Storage 11:00 11:50
  ELI5: ZFS Caching
Explain Like I'm 5: How the ZFS Adaptive Replacement Cache works
Storage 12:00 12:50
  Data services in a hybrid cloud world with Ceph
Making data as portable as your stateless microservices
Storage 13:00 13:50
  Square Kilometre Array and its Software Defined Supercomputer
... and a very fast parallel file system
Storage 14:00 14:50
  PostgreSQL Goes to 11! Databases 15:00 15:50
  Hugepages and databases
working with abundant memory in modern servers
Databases 16:00 16:50
  PostgreSQL vs. fsync
How is it possible that PostgreSQL used fsync incorrectly for 20 years, and what we'll do about it.
Databases 17:00 17:50
  Raft in Scylla
Consensus in an eventually consistent database
Databases 18:00 18:50

Sunday

  Love What You Do, Everyday! Miscellaneous 09:00 09:50
  Tesla Hacking to FreedomEV!
Bringing Freedom to electric vehicle software
Hardware 10:00 10:50
  Go on Microcontrollers: Small Is Going Big
TinyGo takes the Go programming language to the "final frontier" where we could not go before... running directly on microcontrollers.
Hardware 11:00 11:50
  Fine-grained Distributed Application Monitoring Using LTTng Performance 12:00 12:50
  eBPF powered Distributed Kubernetes performance analysis Performance 13:00 13:50
  Perl 11
The Future of Saint Larry's Language
Performance 14:00 14:50
  Making the next blockbuster game with FOSS tools
Using Free Software tools to achieve high quality game visuals.
Miscellaneous 15:00 15:50
  SUSI.AI: An Open Source Platform for Conversational Web Miscellaneous 16:00 16:50