20-24 September 2021
US/Pacific timezone


Performance and Scalability MC

23 Sep 2021, 07:00


The Performance and Scalability microconference focuses on enhancing performance and scalability in both the Linux kernel and userspace projects. In fact, one of the purposes of this microconference is for developers from different projects to meet and collaborate – not only kernel developers but also researchers doing more experimental work. After all, for the user to see good performance and scalability, all relevant projects must perform and scale well.

Because performance and scalability are very generic topics, this track is aimed at issues that may not be addressed in other, more specific sessions. The structure will be similar to what was followed in previous years, including topics such as synchronization primitives, bottlenecks in memory management, testing/validation, lockless algorithms and RCU, among others.

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