Red Hat Research is excited to announce our participation in DevConf.US 2022, August 17-20, 2022 in Boston, MA. DevConf.US 2022 is a free, Red Hat-sponsored technology conference for community projects and professional contributors to Free and Open Source technologies. Students and recent graduates are also encouraged to attend; coaching is even available to people new to attending conferences so they can get the most from the experience.
This year’s conference features talks on topics integral to Red Hat Research projects, including hybrid cloud and cloud computing, edge computing, open research, open source education, big data and data science, open hardware, testing and automation, Operate First, and more.
Browse our list of Red Hat Research-related presentations at DevConf.US 2022, then register to attend!
- Workshop: Build AIOps Tools on Operate First (hands-on workshop requires pre-registration)
Learn how to accelerate your development of AI applications on the hybrid cloud in this workshop with Senior Data Scientist Oindrilla Chatterjee and Software Engineer Aakanksha Duggal.
- Edge Computing: The Final Frontier and How We Get There
Keynote presentation by Chris Wright, Red Hat Chief Technology Office and Senior Vice President, Global Engineering
- Kepler: Sustainability in Computing Proposal
Red Hat Senior Software Engineer Parul Singh will demonstrate the Kubernetes-based Efficient Power Level Exporter (Kepler), an easily integrated tool for collecting metrics on energy consumption.
- Open Hardware Initiative Series: Reinforcement Learning based HLS Compiler Tuning
Hafsah Shahzad (Boston University) presents results of experiments aimed at exploring how HLS compiler tuning is impacted by different strategies in reinforcement learning.
- Open Hardware Initiative Series: Dynamic Infrastructure Services Layer for FPGAs
Sahan Bandara and Zaid Tahir (BU) present DISL for FPGAs as a solution to the limitations on operating system-like abstractions.
- Open Hardware Initiative Series: Optimizing Open Source Tooling for FPGA Bitstream
Shachi Vaman Khadlikar (UMass-Lowell) demonstrates effective approaches for bringing open source tools to bear on FPGA bitstream generation to increase productivity.
- Open Hardware Initiative Series: Relational Memory: Native In-Memory Stride Access
Ju Hyoung Mun (BU) and Tarikul Islam Papon (BU) introduce Relational Memory, a radically new approach to relieving the complexity and cost of large-scale real-time data processing and analytics.
- Open Hardware Initiative Series: Q&A Panel Discussion
Join Ulrich Drepper (Red Hat), Ahmed Sanaullah (Red Hat), Renato Manuso (BU), Manos Athanassoulis (BU) and others for a conversation about research in open hardware.
- Unikernel Linux
Eric B. Munson (BU) will discuss how unikernel optimization techniques can apply to the Linux operating system and the possibilities for performance gains.
- Cooperative Caching for Object Storage
Emine Ugur Kaynar (BU) explains how novel cooperative caching techniques can be employed for object-based datalakes.
- Applying Lessons for Hypervisor Fuzzing with Morphuzz to Improve Kernel Security
Alexander Bulekov (BU, Red Hat) discusses expanded research on the Morphuzz technique for fuzzing hypervisors and its applications to kernel fuzzing.
- New Sheriff in Town: Promoting Application Threads to Kernel Privilege for Performance, Profit and … Safety???
Thomas William Unger (BU, Red Hat) presents recent results of unikernel research with performance, security, and efficiency implications.
- Open Data and AI/ML for Storage System Reliability
Data Scientist Karanraj Chauhan and Yaarit Hatuka introduce the Ceph telemetry dataset and show how they visualize cluster and device trends on dashboards to better analyze disk health and predict disk failure.
- Open Source Fast Track with Operate First
Principal Software Engineer Thorston Schwesig shows how a fully open source community cloud like Operate First can provide infrastructure for open source projects and communities. The Open Source Climate Initiative’s work to build an open data science platform serves as a successful example.
- GitOps + Podman == FetchIt!
Senior Software Engineer in Emerging Technology Sally O’Malley demonstrates the features of FetchIt, a container management tool for small systems that don’t need or can’t handle the resources of Kubernetes.
- What’s the Latest with Research in Open Source?
Technology Advocate Gordon Haff discusses how the virtuous circle of open source research, rooted in academic-industry partnership, is driving innovation in cloud computing, unikernels, FPGAs, data privacy, and more.
- Saturday Keynote: Red Hat Internships and Summer Program Projects
Features Senior Distinguished Engineer Dan Walsh (Red Hat), Langdon White (BU), five UMass-Lowell SoarCS students, Foozieh Mirderikvand (UML), and an interview with Red Hat intern Rohan Devasthale.
Don’t forget the party on Friday night at 7:00 PM EDT and the Trivia Contest on Sat at 2:00PM EDT. Red Hat Research will be there!