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North America Research Interest Group Meeting [August 2022]

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Date: August 2, 2022

Meeting Agenda:
Red Hat Intern Project presentations – Selected 2022 interns present their project results to date.

Speaker:  Rajath Vanakudare
Title: Curator Development
Description: Curator is an air-gapped OpenShift operator that encapsulates the metering and monitoring of the cluster resources/projects. This new metering system aggregates and presents the resource utilization in the form of daily, weekly, and monthly usage reports to the Cloud administrators as well as the end users. This talk will cover more about the working of this project and my contribution towards this.
Contact: vanakudare.r@northeastern.edu/rvanakud@redhat.com

Speaker:  Isaiah Stapleton
Title:  Unikernel Linux (UKL)
Description: The Unikernel Linux project aims to create a system for applying Unikernel optimization techniques to the Linux kernel. This talk will cover the work I did as a part of my Summer 2022 internship in porting Nginx over to the UKL project. 
Contact: istaplet@redhat.com

Speaker:  Joel Slebodnick
Title:   Fedora Raspberry Pi Drivers
Description: The Raspberry Pi portable computer provides a platform for a wide variety of peripheral devices. Unfortunately, the code for many of these peripherals are not fully integrated with the upstream kernel. This is problematic because it would be beneficial for Red Hat to have access to said devices when running Fedora or RHEL, but this is only going to happen if they are merged into the mainline kernel. During my Summer internship, I have been contributing to the effort of trying to get the Video Core Host Interface Driver (VCHIQ) upstream.
Contact Info: jslebodn@redhat.com

Speaker:  Abirami Dhayalan
Title:  Open Source Education
Description: This is an initiative towards making education open source, and to achieve a unique educational experience in a cloud environment. We believe that openness in building software can be equally applied in the domain of education by exploiting technologies including JupyterBook (authoring online books) and application containerization, all deployed and managed by OpenShift to create a real educational experience accessible via web browser.


Aug 02 2022


3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Aug 02 2022
  • Time: 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm



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