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Thanks to our Diamond Sponsors
The seventh annual OpenZFS Developer Summit, was held Nov 4-5 in San Francisco. As with previous years: The goal of the event is to foster cross-community discussions of OpenZFS work and to make progress on some of the projects we have proposed. This 2-day event consists of a day of presentation and a 1-day hackathon.
OpenZFS is an associated project of SPI (Software in the Public Interest). SPI is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization which handles our donations, finances, and legal holdings. You can donate to OpenZFS using the link below:
|Jul 8, 2019||Conference registration opens|
|Oct 18, 2019||Waitlist cleared (ongoing)|
Presentations and Schedule
Sunday, November 3, 2019
If you are in town Sunday evening, you are invited to meet up for dinner/drinks with the conference organizers and fellow attendees. We will be at Rosamunde Sausage Grill on Mission St starting at 6pm Sunday. The location is steps from the 24th & Mission BART station. This event is optional and at your own expense.
Monday, November 4, 2019: Children's Creativity Museum
|8:00 - 9:00||Pastries, Coffee, and Registration|
|9:00 - 9:30||State of OpenZFS||Matt Ahrens||Delphix||slides|
|9:30 - 10:20||Metaslab Allocation Performance||Paul Dagnelie||Delphix||slides|
|10:20 - 11:00||Break|
|11:00 - 11:20||Storage Configurator||Steven Umbehocker||OSNexus||slides|
|11:20 - 11:40||Capacity Usage Calculator||Kody Kantor||Joyent||slides|
|11:40 - 1:00||Lunch|
|1:00 - 1:50||ZFS TRIM Explained||Brian Behlendorf||LLNL||slides|
|1:50 - 2:30||Break|
|2:30 - 3:00||Debugging ZFS: State of the Art on Linux||Tom Caputi||Datto|
|3:00 - 3:30||Debugging ZFS: From Illumos to Linux||Serapheim Dimitropoulos||Delphix||slides|
|3:30 - 4:00||Break|
|4:00 - 4:20||OpenZFS Everywhere||Michael Dexter & Jorgen Lundman|
|4:20 - 4:40||Healing With ZFS Receive||Alek Pinchuk||Axcient||slides|
|Canceled due to illness|
|4:45 - 7:00||Reception with light refreshments served|
Tuesday, November 5, 2019: Delphix SF office
|libshare on Linux is Broken||George Wilson & Don Brady||Delphix||slides||video|
|VDEV Properties||Allan Jude||Klara Systems||slides||video|
|A Device by Any Other Name:
Common Pitfalls in Device Naming for ZFS on Linux
|Sara Hartse & Don Brady||Delphix||slides||video|
|Illumos Brings the SAS||Kody Kantor||Joyent||slides||video|
|Optimizing Filesystems for Multi-Actuator HDDs||Muhammad Ahmad||Seagate||slides||video|
|Hackathon presentations, voting, and awards|
The first day (Nov 4) will be at the Children's Creativity Museum (221 Fourth Street, San Francisco)
The second day (Nov 5) will be at the Delphix SF office (343 Sansome St, Suite 900, San Francisco)
The hackathon will be on Day 2 of the event (Nov 5), approximately 11am-5pm.
The hackathon is self-organized into small groups. We’ll also have ideas and help available for newcomers. Any topics related to ZFS are fair game. It’s intended to be cooperative, but we do usually have a few small prizes that are awarded by popular vote of the participants.
You may want to bring a laptop with access to a development environment (e.g. an Ubuntu virtual machine). We’ll have folks who can help you set that up too if needed. There are often also hackathon projects whose end result is a design document, proposal for a process change, or documentation. These wouldn’t necessarily require a development environment or even a laptop.
We've seeded this spreadsheet with some ideas from past hackathons, feel free to add your ideas!
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for sponsorship opportunities
Code of Conduct
The OpenZFS community values respectful, welcoming behavior towards everyone. This enables our members to thrive and contribute, and encourages new participants to join our event . The OpenZFS Code of Conduct applies to attendees, speakers, sponsors, vendors, and staff of this event, and will be enforced by staff members throughout the event.
Participants asked to stop inappropriate behavior are expected to comply immediately or be expelled from the conference at the discretion of the conference organizers.
To report a violation of the code of conduct, take one of the following actions:
- Find someone with a “STAFF” badge
- Call / Text Karyn at +1 415-702-0074
- Post on https://openzfs.slack.com: @kritter or in #dev-summit
If you see a physically threatening situation, call 911.
OpenZFS supports the Diversity Charter, and strives to improve the diversity of speakers and attendees at this event.