Andy Grover works at Red Hat, improving Linux’s block storage capabilities. His work encompasses both changes to the kernel itself as well as low-level management tools. Previous work areas include networking and ACPI. He lives in Portland.
Open Source Bridge 2013
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The development of GNU/Linux has resulted in major parts of the platform evolving away from UNIX's core tenets.
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Open Source Bridge 2010
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Every time your server sends or receives a packet, it copies it to (or from) a temporary kernel buffer. What an incredible waste of CPU and memory bandwidth! RDMA solves this, at a huge complexity cost. This talk will cover what happens when a dynamic language meets a direct-memory-placement protocol.