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Thursday, February 19 • 4:00pm - 4:50pm
How the Kimchi Community is Growing - Aline Manera, IBM

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Kimchi is an open source HTML5 based management tool for KVM hosted on GitHub. Its main purpose is making it easier for any one, familiar or not with virtualization, to get started with managing guests with KVM. The community is relatively new (about a year and a half) and based on developers and users feedback it is getting more and more attention in the open virtualization world, especially because it's part of PowerKVM releases. During this presentation, Aline Manera will give a quick overview on Kimchi architecture and provide an update on the most expected features in recent Kimchi releases such as federation, guest authorization and much more, along with a live demonstration on how they work. She will also provide details on how the Kimchi community works and has grown as an open source project as well as the plans to expand the community and how to increase Kimchi's visibility.


Aline Manera

Aline Manera has a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the Federal University of São Carlos (São Paulo – Brazil) and works for IBM Brazil in Linux Technology Center.She has been working with open source for over 4 years and closely with open virtualization tools: libvirt... Read More →

Thursday February 19, 2015 4:00pm - 4:50pm PST
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