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Tuesday, August 18 • 5:20pm - 5:50pm
A Fault Tolerant Virtualization Server Based on Xen - Jürgen Groß, SUSE

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A fault tolerant virtualization server based on Xen (Juergen Gross, SUSE) - Virtualization servers are subject to high availability demands as a malfunction would influence many systems at once. This requests virtualization solutions with as few single points of failure as possible. In this technical talk Juergen Gross will show how this aim can be reached with Xen by making use of Xen's architectural benefit of being a type 1 hypervisor. He will suggest a system architecture being much more tolerant against hardware or software failures compared to currently available solutions.


Jürgen Groß

Juergen started as a developer of the /390 OS BS2000 in 1989. He was part of a team porting BS2000 to various other processors (MIPS, SPARC, Itanium, x86) using UNIX and Linux as host system running BS2000 inside a virtual machine. | His first contact with Xen was in 2008 when he enabled the Xen hypervisor on Itanium to run BS2000 as a guest system. Later he introduced cpupools in Xen. | Now Juergen is working for SUSE as a kernel developer doing... Read More →

Tuesday August 18, 2015 5:20pm - 5:50pm
Ravenna AB Sheraton Seattle, 1400 6th Ave., Seattle, WA 98101

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