KVM Forum 2024: Call for presentations

06 May 2024

The KVM Forum 2024 conference will take place in Brno, Czech Republic on September 22-23, 2024. KVM Forum brings together the Linux virtualization community, especially around the KVM stack, including QEMU and other virtual machine monitors.

The Call for Presentations is open until June 8, 2024. You are invited to submit presentation proposals via the KVM Forum CfP page. All presentation slots will be 25 minutes + 5 minutes for questions.

Suggested topics include:

  • Scalability and Optimization
  • Hardening and security
  • Confidential computing
  • Testing
  • KVM and the Linux Kernel
    • New Features and Architecture Ports
    • Device Passthrough: VFIO, mdev, vDPA
    • Network Virtualization
    • Virtio and vhost
  • Virtual Machine Monitors and Management
    • VMM Implementation: APIs, Live Migration, Performance Tuning, etc.
    • Multi-process VMMs: vhost-user, vfio-user, QEMU Storage Daemon, SPDK
    • QEMU without KVM: Hypervisor.framework, Windows Hypervisor Platform, etc.
    • Managing KVM: Libvirt, KubeVirt, Kata Containers
  • Emulation
    • New Devices, Boards and Architectures
    • CPU Emulation and Binary Translation

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