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The ACM chapter at GSU presents
How We Got Here: The Evolution of Virtualization and Containers on Windows and *NIX

Hayden Barnes
Senior Engineering Manager
Rancher Labs

Building on the concepts introduced in CSC 3320 (System-Level Programming) and CSC 4320 (Operating Systems), this talk will examine containers, virtualization, and orchestration, and trends in technology around them:

  *   The evolution of virtual machines beginning with FreeBSD jails.
  *   The development of containers up to containerd.
  *   How containers and virtual machines differ at the kernel level in Linux and Windows, examining how the legacies of UNIX and VMS impact modern computing.
  *   How the lines between containers and virtual machines are blurring with tools such as Windows Subsystem for Linux and Firecracker.
  *   Current and emerging trends in orchestration, such as Kube-Virt.

This talk will lean heavily on operating system history and architectural concepts and how those have influenced some of the hottest technologies and startups today.

About the Speaker: Hayden Barnes is a Senior Engineering Manager at Rancher Labs, part of SUSE. He currently leads the Windows containers, developer relations, and internal DevOps teams at Rancher. His teams work to support Windows on Kubernetes in Rancher products, maintain documentation for 13 open source projects, and CI/CD over 200 open source repositories and containers with over 100 million downloads. Prior to joining Rancher Labs, Hayden was an engineering manager on the Ubuntu desktop team at Canonical focusing on Windows Subsystem for Linux and founded an open source indie startup. Hayden is a Microsoft MVP and recently published Pro Windows Subsystem for Linux with Apress (available to ACM members through Skillsoft). Hayden's technical background is in virtualization, operating system architecture, and Linux and Windows interoperability. Hayden holds a B.S. from Kennesaw State University and a J.D. from the University of Baltimore.

Win a valuable door prize!
An ELEGOO UNO Project Super Starter Kit will be given away.

Thursday, April 7, 2022
1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m.
Room 217, Student Center East

Everyone welcome!
Free pizza and beverages!
For more information about the ACM chapter at GSU, please visit our website:<>.