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Thursday, October 25 • 09:45 - 10:30
Contributor Q&A Panel - Moderated by Stefan Hajnoczi, Red Hat

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A technical Q&A panel discussion ranging on various KVM and QEMU-related topics. The discussion will be for about an hour. Topics will be chosen on the spot from a prepared list. And audience (live or remote) can add questions in the live Etherpad during the discussion.

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Christian Borntraeger

CPO Linux on IBM Z Development, IBM

Peter Feiner

Software Engineer, Google
Peter has worked on virtualization at Google since 2014, focusing on memory management, performance and scaling.
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Stefan Hajnoczi

Senior Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Stefan works on QEMU and Linux in Red Hat's Virtualization team with a focus on storage, VIRTIO, and tracing. Recent projects include libblkio, virtiofs, storage performance optimization for NVMe drives, and out-of-process device emulation. Stefan has been active in the QEMU community... Read More →

Cornelia Huck

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
Cornelia is a Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat, working mainly on virtualization and s390x related topics in QEMU and the Linux kernel. She has been acting as a maintainer for s390x virtualization topics in QEMU and the Linux kernel for several years.Previously, she has given talks... Read More →
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Wanpeng Li

Linux Kernel Contributor, Tencent Cloud
Wanpeng Li is a 9 years experienced Linux kernel/virtualization developer who works in Tencent Cloud currently. He mainly focuses on KVM, scheduler and memory management. In KVM, he contributes a lot of features to improve performance and stability. He has worked in the IBM LTC kernel... Read More →

Peter Maydell

Principal Software Engineer, Peter Maydell
Peter works for Arm, but has been seconded into Linaro for the last ten years to handle all things Arm in QEMU, including CPU architecture emulation, support for KVM virtualization on Arm servers, and herding an ever-increasing number of board, SoC and device models. He also didn't... Read More →

Thursday October 25, 2018 09:45 - 10:30 BST
Sidlaw Auditorium