Program

Tutorials Day 1: 15 September 2022

 

Track One

Track Two

Track Three

09:00 – 12:00

An Introduction to the Kernel Services
and I/O System of the FreeBSD
Open-Source Operating System

Marshall Kirk McKusick

Network management with the OpenBSD Packet Filter Toolset

Peter Hansteen, Massimiliano Stucchi, Tom Smyth

Managing Unix systems with Ansible

Benedict Reuschling

12:00 – 13:00 Lunch    
13:00 – 16:00

An Introduction to the Kernel Services
and I/O System of the FreeBSD
Open-Source Operating System

Marshall Kirk McKusick

Network management with the OpenBSD Packet Filter Toolset

Peter Hansteen, Massimiliano Stucchi, Tom Smyth

Managing Unix systems with Ansible

Benedict Reuschling

Tutorials Day 2: 16 September 2022

 

Track One

Track Two

09:00 – 12:00

An Introduction to the Filesystems and
Networking in the FreeBSD
Open-Source Operating System

Marshall Kirk McKusick

DIY FreeBSD Jails

Dave Cottlehuber

12:00 – 13:00 Lunch  
13:00 – 16:00

An Introduction to the Filesystems and
Networking in the FreeBSD
Open-Source Operating System

Marshall Kirk McKusick

DIY FreeBSD Jails

Dave Cottlehuber

Talks Day 1: 17 September 2022

 

Track One

Track Two

Track Three

09:00 Opening    
09:45

Keynote: Why decentralised open source cloud infrastructure matters!

Frank Karlitschek

   
10:30 Break    
10:45 On FreeBSD, compliance, and getting up from under the bus

Eirik Øverby

NetBSD 10: 3 Years in the Making

Nia Alarie

How I learned to stop worrying and yank the USB

Taylor R Campbell

11:45

Steps Towards Faster OpenBSD Networking

Alexander Bluhm

So you want to add a system call?

Brooks Davis

devsetup: local development environment based on pkgsrc

Pierre Pronchery

12:30 Lunch    
13:30

Recent progress in and around LibreSSL

Theo Buehler

Measuring Performance Overhead of Tracing with DTrace and eBPF

Mateusz Piotrowski

What is new in sudo and syslog-ng

Peter Czanik

14:15 Break    
14:30

Memory barriers for BSD hackers

Taylor R Campbell

Scaling ZFS for NVMe

Allan Jude

FreeBSD on OpenPOWER

Toshaan Bharvani

15:15 Afternoon break    
16:30

How OpenBSD transforms a bag of blocks into a set of useful filesystems

Ken Westerback

How far a naive FreeBSD container implementation can go

Luca Pizzamiglio

GPU passthrough with bhyve

Corvin Köhne

17:15 Break    
19:00 Social event    

Talks Day 2: 18 September 2022

 

Track One

Track Two

Track Three

09:00 Coffee and yawns    
09:45

Keynote: Ctrl-Alt-Del

Dylan Beattie

   
10:30 Break    
10:45 nsh  Network Shell on top of OpenBSD made for network administrators

Tom Smyth

Writing Custom Command in FreeBSD’s DDB Kernel Debugger

John Baldwin

FreeBSD containers in production. A NSFW guide.

Yan Ka Chiu

11:45

The “other” FreeBSD optimizations used by Netflix to serve video at 800Gb/s from a single server

Drew Gallatin

Puffy presents video conferencing (jitsi)

Philipp Buehler

Block Cloning in OpenZFS

Pawel Jakub Dawidek

12:30 Lunch    
13:30

Architectures vs the ports tree: a losing battle ?

Marc Espie

Making FreeBSD QUIC

Tom Jones

FreeBSD coming from a Linux user

Toshaan Bharvani

14:15 Break    
14:30

Taming the fox

Landry Breuil

FreeBSD audio in amateur and professional setups

Goran Mekić

Lessons Learned from Cultivating Open Source Projects and Communities

JJ Asghar

15:15 Afternoon break    
16:30

Reviving and evaluating Thompson’s backdoor in OpenBSD’s `make`

Samuel Aubertin

Virtualized Network Infrastrukture for VM Clusters

Albert Dengg

The FreeBSD build option, OpenZFS, bhyve, compat_linux, and jail.conf.d nexus

Michael Dexter

17:15 Break    
17:30 Closing session    

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