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Friday, August 21 • 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Improving the QEMU Event Loop - Fam Zheng

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The event loop is the center of QEMU which drives all subsystems in an emulated system, by watching for and dispatching the asynchronous events. Therefore, it affects the programs, capability, performance and efficiency. In this presentation, Fam Zheng will explain how the event based model fits in the program architecture, discuss the challenges of the event loop in the contexts of scalability and data-plane, and look at the relevant work that may address these challenges.


Fam Zheng

Red Hat
Fam Zheng is a developer working in the Red Hat KVM team since 2013. He lives in Beijing, China. As a sub-maintainer (on VMDK and "null" driver) of QEMU, he works in areas including block drivers and block layer, virtio storage devices, data-plane, etc.. Previously, he presented QEMU block subsystem at FOSSASIA 2014 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Friday August 21, 2015 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Aspen Room

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