You are viewing content from a past/completed QCon -

Operating Systems

Past Presentations

How to Make Linux Microservice-Aware With Cilium and eBPF

Container runtimes cause Linux to return to its original purpose: to serve applications interacting directly with the kernel. At the same time, the Linux kernel is traditionally difficult to change and its development process is full of myths. A new efficient in-kernel programming language called...

Thomas Graf Founding Member @CiliumProject
The Operating System in 2018

Why care about the operating system any more? Linux has been around for decades aren't we just done? Actually, there is a huge set of shifts happening in the operating system, and this talk will explain these changes. The operating system space is getting interesting again!  First,...

Justin Cormack Developer @Docker
gVisor: Building and Battle Testing a Userspace OS in Go

gVisor is a container runtime that implements the Linux kernel API in userspace using Go. This talk explains why on earth such a thing exists and covers three main areas of interest: First, architectural challenges associated with userspace kernels, such as traps, faults and memory management....

Adin Scannell Software Engineer @Google
Is It Time to Rewrite the Operating System in Rust?

Since its emergence in the 1970s, C has dominated operating systems development:  despite surges of enthusiasm for C++, Java, and others, operating systems -- kernels, drivers, libraries and system commands -- have been and continue to be developed in C.  But with the rise of Rust, that...

Bryan Cantrill Co-Creator DTrace, Co-Founder Fishworks Sun Microsystems, & Currently CTO @Joyent

Less than

30

weeks until QCon San Francisco 2021

Registration is $2865.00 ($0 off) for the 3-day conference if you register before Dec 31st
SAVE YOUR SEAT

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.