[SVOSUG] Kernel TCP/IP evolution, Thurs., Sept. 27th, 7:30pm - Solaris

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  1. [SVOSUG] Kernel TCP/IP evolution, Thurs., Sept. 27th, 7:30pm

    This Thursday, Silicon Valley OpenSolaris User Group is proud to have
    Erik
    Nordmark back, one of Sun's Distinguished Engineers giving a
    presentation
    on the Kernel TCP/IP evolution. There's a lot of nice stuff that is
    going
    on in the OpenSolaris kernel in regards to networking, with efforts to
    make the code more understandable, lower the latency, and a variety of
    API
    changes including the Crossbow technology that will bring virtual
    NICs. We
    have been fortunate to hear about some of this technology. Some has
    gone
    back recentely, and some will be putback shortly. Erik spoke on IP
    instances about a year ago, and Sunay Tripathi spoke on Crossbow just
    before that. These technologies also play an important role with Xen,
    which went back in build 75.

    In addition, Tom Kirkley, of the compiler group will be giving a short
    presentation on the Automatic Tuning and Troubleshooting System (ATS)
    which is a binary reoptimization and recompilation tool that be be
    used
    for tuning and troubleshooting applications, without the use of the
    original source code.

    Google Maps:
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=e...m=1&iwloc=addr

    Santa Clara Campus Map:
    http://blogs.sun.com/roller/resource...asj_dirmap.pdf

    Hope to see you there!

    When: Thursday, Sept 27, 2007
    Where: Sun's Santa Clara Campus Auditorium (SCA03 upstairs)
    What: Kernel TCP/IP Evolution, ATS
    Time: 7:30pm-10:00pm

    Call-in Info

    Toll Free: 866-545-5227
    Intnl/pay: 865-673-6950
    Conference: 809-64-14


  2. Re: Kernel TCP/IP evolution, Thurs., Sept. 27th, 7:30pm

    **** REMINDER **** REMINDER **** REMINDER ****

    ATS Slides are at this link:

    http://blogs.sun.com/aland/resource/ats-svosug.pdf

    Will link for Kernel TCP/IP evolution presie when available.

    On Sep 25, 1:41 am, Alan DuBoff wrote:
    > This Thursday, Silicon Valley OpenSolaris User Group is proud to have
    > Erik
    > Nordmark back, one of Sun's Distinguished Engineers giving a
    > presentation
    > on the Kernel TCP/IP evolution. There's a lot of nice stuff that is
    > going
    > on in the OpenSolaris kernel in regards to networking, with efforts to
    > make the code more understandable, lower the latency, and a variety of
    > API
    > changes including the Crossbow technology that will bring virtual
    > NICs. We
    > have been fortunate to hear about some of this technology. Some has
    > gone
    > back recentely, and some will be putback shortly. Erik spoke on IP
    > instances about a year ago, and Sunay Tripathi spoke on Crossbow just
    > before that. These technologies also play an important role with Xen,
    > which went back in build 75.
    >
    > In addition, Tom Kirkley, of the compiler group will be giving a short
    > presentation on the Automatic Tuning and Troubleshooting System (ATS)
    > which is a binary reoptimization and recompilation tool that be be
    > used
    > for tuning and troubleshooting applications, without the use of the
    > original source code.
    >
    > Google Maps:http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=e...lon+Circle,+Sa...
    >
    > Santa Clara Campus Map:http://blogs.sun.com/roller/resource...asj_dirmap.pdf
    >
    > Hope to see you there!
    >
    > When: Thursday, Sept 27, 2007
    > Where: Sun's Santa Clara Campus Auditorium (SCA03 upstairs)
    > What: Kernel TCP/IP Evolution, ATS
    > Time: 7:30pm-10:00pm
    >
    > Call-in Info
    >
    > Toll Free: 866-545-5227
    > Intnl/pay: 865-673-6950
    > Conference: 809-64-14




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