The Korea Linux Forum was held on October 26 at conrad hotel in Seoul, South Korea. The aim of the event is to bring together core developers, system administrators, users, community managers, and industry experts. The idea is to develop stronger bonds between South Korea and the global Linux development community.

This event has now come to an end and the session slides available for you to download from the table below:

Sessions

Konstaintin RyabitsevGiant Bags of Mostly Water: Securing Your IT Infrastructure By Expecting Human Error
Martin Dvorsky and Seung Keon ChungIBM LinuxONE(TM) Linux without Limits
Adenilson CavalcantiRust programming language explained through C/C++
Brian WarnerMore Bang for Your Buck: How to Work with an Open Source Foundation
Byungchul ParkEnergy Aware Scheduling
Christoph LameterFundamental trends and issues in Linux Memory Management
Elena ZannoniNew Developments in Linux Tracing Infrastructure
Javier Martinez CanillasA Survivor’s Guide to Contributing to the Linux Kernel
Shuah KhanMedia Resource Sharing Through The Media Controller API
Stephen HemmingerDPDK performance challenges
Vikas ShivappaMonitoring and controlling cache allocation for Quality of service guarentees in Linux