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[libvirt] Reminder: CFP: KVM Forum 2017
- From: Paolo Bonzini <pbonzini redhat com>
- To: qemu-devel <qemu-devel nongnu org>, "seabios seabios org" <seabios seabios org>, "libvir-list redhat com" <libvir-list redhat com>
- Subject: [libvirt] Reminder: CFP: KVM Forum 2017
- Date: Thu, 8 Jun 2017 19:12:42 +0200
Just a quick reminder that the CFP is going to close in a week.
On 02/05/2017 12:42, Paolo Bonzini wrote:
> KVM Forum 2017: Call For Participation
> October 25-27, 2017 - Hilton Prague - Prague, Czech Republic
> (All submissions must be received before midnight June 15, 2017)
> KVM Forum is an annual event that presents a rare opportunity
> for developers and users to meet, discuss the state of Linux
> virtualization technology, and plan for the challenges ahead.
> We invite you to lead part of the discussion by submitting a speaking
> proposal for KVM Forum 2017.
> At this highly technical conference, developers driving innovation
> in the KVM virtualization stack (Linux, KVM, QEMU, libvirt) can
> meet users who depend on KVM as part of their offerings, or to
> power their data centers and clouds.
> KVM Forum will include sessions on the state of the KVM
> virtualization stack, planning for the future, and many
> opportunities for attendees to collaborate. As we celebrate ten years
> of KVM development in the Linux kernel, KVM continues to be a
> critical part of the FOSS cloud infrastructure.
> This year, KVM Forum is joining Open Source Summit in Prague,
> Czech Republic. Selected talks from KVM Forum will be presented on
> Wednesday October 25 to the full audience of the Open Source Summit.
> Also, attendees of KVM Forum will have access to all of the talks from
> Open Source Summit on Wednesday.
> Suggested topics:
> * Scaling, latency optimizations, performance tuning, real-time guests
> * Hardening and security
> * New features
> * Testing
> KVM and the Linux kernel:
> * Nested virtualization
> * Resource management (CPU, I/O, memory) and scheduling
> * VFIO: IOMMU, SR-IOV, virtual GPU, etc.
> * Networking: Open vSwitch, XDP, etc.
> * virtio and vhost
> * Architecture ports and new processor features
> * Management interfaces: QOM and QMP
> * New devices, new boards, new architectures
> * Graphics, desktop virtualization and virtual GPU
> * New storage features
> * High availability, live migration and fault tolerance
> * Emulation and TCG
> * Firmware: ACPI, UEFI, coreboot, U-Boot, etc.
> Management and infrastructure
> * Managing KVM: Libvirt, OpenStack, oVirt, etc.
> * Storage: Ceph, Gluster, SPDK, etc.r
> * Network Function Virtualization: DPDK, OPNFV, OVN, etc.
> * Provisioning
> SUBMITTING YOUR PROPOSAL
> Abstracts due: June 15, 2017
> Please submit a short abstract (~150 words) describing your presentation
> proposal. Slots vary in length up to 45 minutes. Also include the proposal
> type -- one of:
> - technical talk
> - end-user talk
> Submit your proposal here:
> Please only use the categories "presentation" and "panel discussion"
> You will receive a notification whether or not your presentation proposal
> was accepted by August 10, 2017.
> Speakers will receive a complimentary pass for the event. In the instance
> that case your submission has multiple presenters, only the primary speaker for a
> proposal will receive a complimentary event pass. For panel discussions, all
> panelists will receive a complimentary event pass.
> TECHNICAL TALKS
> A good technical talk should not just report on what has happened over
> the last year; it should present a concrete problem and how it impacts
> the user and/or developer community. Whenever applicable, focus on
> work that needs to be done, difficulties that haven't yet been solved,
> and on decisions that other developers should be aware of. Summarizing
> recent developments is okay but it should not be more than a small
> portion of the overall talk.
> END-USER TALKS
> One of the big challenges as developers is to know what, where and how
> people actually use our software. We will reserve a few slots for end
> users talking about their deployment challenges and achievements.
> If you are using KVM in production you are encouraged submit a speaking
> proposal. Simply mark it as an end-user talk. As an end user, this is a
> unique opportunity to get your input to developers.
> HANDS-ON / BOF SESSIONS
> We will reserve some time for people to get together and discuss
> strategic decisions as well as other topics that are best solved within
> smaller groups.
> These sessions will be announced during the event. If you are interested
> in organizing such a session, please add it to the list at
> Let people you think who might be interested know about your BOF, and encourage
> them to add their names to the wiki page as well. Please try to
> add your ideas to the list before KVM Forum starts.
> PANEL DISCUSSIONS
> If you are proposing a panel discussion, please make sure that you list
> all of your potential panelists in your the abstract. We will request full
> biographies if a panel is accepted.
> HOTEL / TRAVEL
> This year's event will take place at the Hilton Prague.
> For information on discounted room rates for conference attendees
> and on other hotels close to the conference, please visit
> IMPORTANT DATES
> Submission deadline: June 15, 2017
> Notification: August 10, 2017
> Schedule announced: August 17, 2017
> Event dates: October 25-27, 2017
> Thank you for your interest in KVM. We're looking forward to your
> submissions and seeing you at the KVM Forum 2017 in October!
> -your KVM Forum 2017 Program Committee
> Please contact us with any questions or comments at
> kvm-forum-2017-pc redhat com
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