Optimizing Linux Servers - what has been changed from last year?
Davor Guttierrez works as a System Administrator at 3 Gen d.o.o. He has been working with Linux and UNIX for 20 years, most recently on RedHat Enterprise Virtualization and SuSE Linux Enterprise Servers.
Linux Server is optimized for average workloads. With most servers you can gain much by optimizing performance. Last year we discussed about optimizing old stuff, now we have 10 GB networks, new kernels and new hardware. How can we improve everything in our servers. We have virtualization on different platforms like KVM, XEN and Hyper-V, what is the best optimization for guest machines? We also have cloud platforms like OpenStack and Cloudstack and containers like LXC and Docker. Audience is anyone, who is interested in fast and optimized Linux servers.
- 2015 May 3 11:15
- 30 min
- Main hall
- openSUSE Conference
- Development, Technology & Security