OpenZFS Developer Summit 2023
The eleventh annual OpenZFS Developer Summit was held in San Francisco Oct 16-17 (Mon-Tue), 2023.
As in the past, there were talks related to OpenZFS and how it's used by our partner companies, a hackathon, and lots of time for socializing with OpenZFS community members.
Presentations October 16th
|Introducing Fast Dedup||Allan Jude||Klara Inc.||slides||video|
|Z.I.A. Accelerates ZFS Compression, Checksumming, and RAIDZ||Jason Lee||Los Alamos National Labs||slides||video|
|Idmapped Mount Support in ZFS and its Application||Youzhong Yang||MathWorks||slides||video|
|RAIDZ Expansion||Matt Ahrens; Don Brady||Delphix, FreeBSD Foundation; Klara Inc, iXsystems||slides||video|
|OpenZFS at scale: learning, challenges, and awesome customers||Sam Atkinson||AWS||slides||video|
|Shared Log Pool||Paul Dagnelie||Delphix||slides||video|
Hackathon October 17th
Congratulations to our hackathon winners, and everyone who participated:
- Parallel zpool import (George Wilson)
- zpool rebalance (Paul Dagnelie)
- zfs in usermode linux kernel (Tony Hutter)
Thanks to our
Thanks so much to Aaron Holding for once again designing the event logo!
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:
- Call / Text Karyn at +1 415-702-0074
- Post on https://openzfs.slack.com: @kritter or in #dev-summit
OpenZFS supports the Diversity Charter, and strives to improve the diversity of speakers and attendees at this event.