20:15-21:00 FreeBSD drivers
Liran Ben Haim will go over the different preemption models in Linux, the pros and cons and when to use each one.
He will discuss how each model affects Linux scheduling and context switching, and how to take correct measurements.
Liran is the CTO at Mabel technology and co-founder of DiscoverSDK - Software Libraries directory and DiscoverCloud - Business Apps directory
More than 20 years of training experience including courses in: Linux, Android, Real-time and Embedded systems, and many more.
Mabel technology - http://www.mabel-tech.com/
DiscoverSDK - http://www.discoversdk.com/
DiscoverCloud - http://www.discovercloud.com/ (http://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.discovercloud.com%2F&h=9AQEsn30U&enc=AZPUpMbgdmnS1Poi8RRQQGZERLy1C9cYOUNM-ObhRlOgYP7E5o9sr1aPSMU3C61gVI4&s=1)
Have you ever heard of FreeBSD? Probably. Have you ever interacted with its kernel? Probably not.
In this talk, Gili Yankovitch ( nyxsecuritysolutions.com (http://nyxsecuritysolutions.com/)) will talk about the FreeBSD operating system, its network stack and how to write network drivers for it.
The talk will cover the following topics:
* Kernel/User interation in FreeBSD
* The FreeBSD Network Stack
* Network Buffers API
* L2 and L3 Hooking
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