BSDCan2017 - 0527

BSDCan 2017
The Technical BSD Conference

Event Speakers

A walk-through of FreeBSD Hyper-V device drivers

How they are structured and how they work together

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Abusing SSH for ZFS and Profit

SSH Bulk Transfer Performance Improvements

Event type : Lecture
Track : System Administration
Language used for presentation : English

Adding wireless sensors to FreeBSD using a cheap USB-TV-stick instead of a soldering iron

Collect data from your home on your BSD-box using wireless sensors and a USB-TV-stick

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Amateur Radio and SDR

BoF

Event type : Meeting
Track : BOF
Language used for presentation : English

BGP for developers and sysadmins

Event type : Workshop
Track : Tutorial
Language used for presentation : English

BSD in 60 Days

Implementation of various BSD tools in the Australian NGO/NFP Health Services Industry

Event type : Lecture
Track : System Administration
Language used for presentation : English

BSDA

BSD Certification

Event type : Other
Track : Certification
Language used for presentation : English

BSDA

BSD Certification

Event type : Other
Track : Certification
Language used for presentation : English

BUG BoF

BSD User Group (BUG) BoF

Event type : Meeting
Track : BOF
Language used for presentation : English

Backpressure up the I/O stack

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Boosting bhyve networking with netmap

netmap as a fast network backend for hypervisors

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Building products based on OpenZFS, using channel programs

Event type : Lecture
Track : Invited Talks
Language used for presentation : English

Centrally managing an ISP with NetBSD and PostgreSQL

Event type : Lecture
Track : System Administration
Language used for presentation : English

Closing session

The wrap up

Event type : Lecture
Track : Plenary
Language used for presentation : English

Continuous Integration of The FreeBSD Project

Build daemon with daemon

Event type : Lecture
Track : System Administration
Language used for presentation : English

Creating a Completely Tor-ified Network With BSD and an RPI3

Event type : Lecture
Track : Security
Language used for presentation : English

DTrace Internals: Digging into DTrace

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

DTrace for Developers: no more printfs

part 1 of 2 (all day)

Event type : Workshop
Track : Tutorial
Language used for presentation : English

DTrace for Developers: no more printfs

part 2 of 2 (all day)

Event type : Workshop
Track : Tutorial
Language used for presentation : English

Debugging the debugger

Why your debugger doesn't work when you need it to

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Doc Sprints

Doc Sprints

Event type : Meeting
Track : BOF
Language used for presentation : English

Doc Sprints

Doc Sprints

Event type : Meeting
Track : BOF
Language used for presentation : English

Doc Sprints

Doc Sprints

Event type : Meeting
Track : BOF
Language used for presentation : English

FreeBSD Dev Summit

public track

Event type : Lecture
Track : FreeBSD Developers Summit
Language used for presentation : English

FreeBSD as a Service

Challenges and Opportunities to Better Use FreeBSD in Enterprise Environments

Event type : Lecture
Track : Invited Talks

FreeBSD's Influences -- porting Hyper-V to Illumos

Event type : Lecture
Track : Invited Talks
Language used for presentation : English

From microservices to monoliths

A sysadmin's deep dive into migrating a complex web application stack to FreeBSD whilst ignoring conventional wisdom.

Event type : Lecture
Track : System Administration
Language used for presentation : English

From the outside

Measuring and understanding FreeBSD using the gem5 simulator.

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

GENERIC ARM

Creating a single kernel configuration for FreeBSD/armv6

Event type : Lecture
Track : Embedded
Language used for presentation : English

Goat BOF

Event type : Other
Track : Social
Language used for presentation : English

Hacker Lounge

meet, greet, hack

Event type : Other
Track : Social
Language used for presentation : English

Hacker Lounge

meet, greet, hack

Event type : Other
Track : Social
Language used for presentation : English

Hacker Lounge

Event type : Other
Track : Social
Language used for presentation : English

Hardening pkgsrc

Securing packages, 17.000 at a time

Event type : Lecture
Track : Security
Language used for presentation : English

How to build high performance PF and Websites with FreeBSD in the Cloud

Track : Hacking

IP Forwarding Fastpath

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Lunch

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Event type : Other
Track : Social
Language used for presentation : English

Lunch

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Event type : Other
Track : Social
Language used for presentation : English

MP-safe Networking in NetBSD: Current Status and Future Direction

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Newcomers orientation and mentorship

For first time BSDCan attendees

Event type : Other
Track : Social
Language used for presentation : English

Not simply pieces of string

Ethernet in the 21st Century

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Oblivious sandboxing

Developments in transparent sandboxing with Capsicum

Event type : Lecture
Track : Security
Language used for presentation : English

OpenBSD’s small steps towards DTrace

a tale about DDB and CTF

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

OpenSMTPD for the Real World

Mail Server Tutorial

Event type : Workshop
Track : Tutorial
Language used for presentation : English

PF and networking tutorial with OpenBSD

Event type : Workshop
Track : Tutorial

Registration - pub

Pick up your registration pack, have a beer!

Event type : Other
Track : Social
Language used for presentation : English

Registration pack assembly

assembly, deliver, drink

Event type : Other
Language used for presentation : English

Save-Restore feature for bhyve x86_64

Current status of save-restore feature for bhyve x86_64

Event type : Lecture
Track : Invited Talks
Language used for presentation : English

SysAdm

FreeBSD Administration Made Easy

Event type : Lecture
Track : System Administration
Language used for presentation : English

Tea, coffee, snacks

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Event type : Other
Track : Social
Language used for presentation : English

Tea, coffee, snacks

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Event type : Other
Track : Social
Language used for presentation : English

Tea, coffee, snacks

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Event type : Other
Track : Social
Language used for presentation : English

Tea, coffee, snacks from 8:30

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Event type : Other
Track : Social
Language used for presentation : English

The FreeBSD Toolchain

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

The IT Infrastructure community norms

Event type : Lecture
Track : Plenary
Language used for presentation : English

The OpenBSD Web Stack

httpd, carp, and relayd

Event type : Lecture
Track : System Administration
Language used for presentation : English

The OpenBSD virtual machine daemon

The design and implementation of vmd(8)

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

The Realities of DTrace on FreeBSD

Event type : Lecture
Track : Plenary
Language used for presentation : English

The Red Lion

Closing Social Event

Event type : Other
Language used for presentation : English

The State of Network Security Tools on BSD

A discussion on the current state of network security tools and their advocacy across the various BSD operating systems.

Event type : Lecture
Track : Security
Language used for presentation : English

The Trouble with FreeBSD

How did the FreeBSD community become what it is today?

Event type : Lecture
Track : Social
Language used for presentation : English

The opening session

Event type : Lecture
Track : Plenary
Language used for presentation : English

Tor on the BSDs

a BoF for those running or interested in running Tor on a BSD

Event type : Workshop
Track : BOF
Language used for presentation : English

Understanding NFSv4 ACL's

Event type : Lecture
Track : System Administration
Language used for presentation : English

Universal Userland

Why do we need to be different?

Event type : Lecture
Track : System Administration
Language used for presentation : English

Where is IPv6 going ?

Current state of affairs from "the land of plentyful addresses"

Event type : Lecture
Track : System Administration
Language used for presentation : English

ZFS BoF

Event type : Other
Track : BOF
Language used for presentation : English

pf+rdomains create splendid multi-tenancy firewalls

Put all the tenants on one machine

Event type : Lecture
Track : System Administration
Language used for presentation : English

secmodel_sandbox: An application sandbox for NetBSD

Event type : Lecture
Track : Security
Language used for presentation : English

tcp synfloods

an old yet current problem, and improving pf's response

Event type : Lecture
Language used for presentation : English