The KVM Forum for this year is happening in Vancouver, Canada:
The schedule’s jam-packed; this is the first time we’re going to have parallel tracks (which sucks, since one can’t attend all the talks).
There has always been interest from developers in KVM, being the nice, clean, modular solution that it is. But now that it’s been dominating the SPECVirt results, businesses are looking at it as well, so there are a few end-user talks on the schedule this time, which is nice to see.
I’m going to be running a BoF session on guest agents and guest-host communication protocols.
I’m looking forward to meet the team. I’m not staying back for the co-located LinuxCon Vancouver (though KVM Forum participants get a free entry; so you could register for KVM Forum instead of registering for LinuxCon if you haven’t done so yet).