Resource Management and Service Sandboxing with systemd

Tuesday, October 29, 2019 - 9:00 am10:30 am

Michal Sekletar, Red Hat

Abstract: 

Attend this talk to learn more about systemd's high-level API's for service resource management and sandboxing. We will start with a quick review of systemd to get everyone up to speed and then we will dive into topics like Linux cgroup and NUMA workload placement and how to manage them with systemd. Next, we will look at sandboxing features implemented by systemd.

Make your services more performant and secure!

Michal Sekletar, Red Hat

Michal Sekletar joined Red Hat in 2011 and currently works as Principal Software Engineer in the "Plumbers" team. He spends his days working on and supporting init systems and other low-level user-space components. He holds a Masters degree from Brno University of Technology. His other professional interests include programming languages, algorithms, and UNIX-like operating systems.

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BibTeX
@conference {240882,
author = {Michal Sekletar},
title = {Resource Management and Service Sandboxing with systemd},
year = {2019},
address = {Portland, OR},
publisher = {{USENIX} Association},
month = oct,
}