Brussels / 2 & 3 February 2019

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Andrea Barberio

Software and systems developer, interested in distributed large scale systems, networking, firmware development and security.

In my day to day job I work on open source firmware development, testing, integration, upgrades and deployment. I coordinate with a diverse group of people from multiple companies (see https://linuxboot.org). In particular I work on LinuxBoot at Facebook, for which I aim at making LinuxBoot available to as many accessible platforms as possible for the public.

For LinuxBoot, I created in my spare time systemboot (https://systemboot.org), fiano (https://github.com/linuxboot/fiano), Go library for dhcp (https://github.com/insomniacslk/dhcp), and some other project, that are now used by various multinationals interested in open source firmware.

Before LinuxBoot I worked on Facebook's bare-metal provisioning automation, and on their DNS infrastructure. Previously I worked on Amazon's active network monitoring, a set of systems capable of finding and remediating network failures and misbehaviours in near-realtime. A related open source project of mine is Dublin Traceroute (https://dublin-traceroute.net).

I also maintain or contribute to many other open source projects, some of which are mentioned on my home page, https://insomniac.slackware.it or on my github page, https://github.com/insomniacslk .

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Events

Title Day Room Track Start End
Open Source Firmware at Facebook
"If you don't own your firmware, your firmware owns you"
Sunday K.4.401 Hardware Enablement 13:00 13:30