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Wednesday, March 22 • 9:45am - 10:25am
LSF-MM Summit Readouts from Chairs Josef Bacik, Facebook; Martin Petersen, Oracle and Rik van Riel, Red Hat

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The three track leaders from the recent LSF/MM Summit will present the outcomes from the summit and some indications of the future directions the Linux ecosystem is taking.
  • Martin Petersen, Oracle - IO Track Leader
  • Josef Bacik, Facebook - FS Track Leader
  • Rik van Riel, SUSE Labs - MM Track Leader 

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Jeff Layton

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Jeff Layton got his start working at Red Hat in the kernel filesystems group where he focused on network filesystems. He is active in the NFS and Linux kernel filesystem development communities, and has taken a recent interest in Ceph.


Josef Bacik

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Martin K. Petersen

Architect, Oracle
Martin K. Petersen has contributed to the Linux Kernel since the early nineties. As Linux Storage Architect at Oracle he focuses on future I/O and storage technologies. Martin also participates in various industry standardization efforts and co-maintains the Linux SCSI stack.

Rik Van Riel

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Rik van Riel is a principal software engineer at Red Hat, and a long term contributor to the Linux kernel. He has contributed to the memory management subsystem, the scheduler, and various components related to virtualization. Rik is active in community projects like kernelnewbies.org and likes to hike and rock climb in his spare time.

Wednesday March 22, 2017 9:45am - 10:25am
President's Ballroom C+D

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