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Monday, August 17 • 2:20pm - 2:50pm
Latest News on Xen Support in libvirt - James Fehlig, SUSE Linux

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A lot of progress has been made in the libvirt libxl driver since the last Xen Developer Summit. Looking back at the "Planned Improvements" slide from last year's presentation, most items have been implemented, committed upstream, and included in a release. In addition, there have been concurrency and stability improvements in libxl and libvirt to help elevate OpenStack+libvirt+Xen to supported status. But there are many more improvements and features waiting in the queue. This talk provides an update of the current status of libxl support in libvirt, highlights important missing features that might be interesting to community developers wanting to hack on libvirt, and discusses libxl improvements that could benefit libvirt.

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James Fehlig

Software Engineer, SUSE
Jim Fehlig is a software engineer at SUSE Linux and has been working in the virtualization management space for several years. Since 2008, Jim has been a maintainer of the libvirt project, contributing primarily to the Xen drivers. He has also contributed to several other virtualization management related open source projects such as virt-manager, vhostmd, OpenStack, and libvirt-cim.


Monday August 17, 2015 2:20pm - 2:50pm
Ravenna C Sheraton Seattle, 1400 6th Ave., Seattle, WA 98101

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