AsiaBSDCon 2019

March 21-24, 2019, Tokyo University of Science, Tokyo, Japan

Registration
  • Delegate (non-student): 22,000JPY
  • Student: 5,000JPY
  • Banquet ticket on 23rd: Delegate 9,000JPY, Student: 3,000JPY.

This registration fee includes name card, printed proceedings, T-shirt, and tickets of lunch during the last two days. Banquet on 23rd needs banquet ticket (not included in the registration). Note that you need to register even if you are planning to attend one of the tutorial sessions or meetings in the first two days and not to attend the last two days.

The online registration page covers registration for tutorials and meetings in the first two days and hotel room booking. Register yourself now!

Conference Timetable

NOTE: this page will be updated when more detailed information is available.

Day 0 (March 20, 2019) - bhyvecon

On March 20, bhyvecon will be held in the same conference venue as AsiaBSDCon. bhyvecon is a technical conference for virtual machine implementation and related technologies. Topics include FreeBSD bhyve, NetBSD nvmm, OpenBSD vmm, macOS xhyve, Xen, VirtualBox, and etc. Although pre-registration is not required, please contact Michael Dexter <editor@callfortesting.org> for more details.

Day 1 (March 21, 2019) - Tutorials and Small Meetings I

Please note that Day 1 is for tutorials and meetings only. Separate registration is required. No exhibition and no paper session for unregistered attendees.
Room ARoom BRoom CRoom D
09:30-12:30 T1: BGP for non-experts
Peter Hessler
T3: BSD-based Systems Monitoring with Icinga2 and OpenSSH
Benedict Reuschling
M1: FreeBSD Developer Summit (invited only) M2: NetBSD BoF (11:00-18:00)
13:30-16:30 T4: Xen virtualization on FreeBSD
Roger Pau Monne

Day 2 (March 22, 2019) - Tutorials and Small Meetings II

Please note that Day 2 is for tutorials and meetings only. Separate registration is required. No exhibition and no paper session for unregistered attendees.
Room ARoom BRoom CRoom D
09:30-12:30 T2: Sandboxing applications with Capsicum
Mariusz Zaborski
T5: Writing (network) tests for FreeBSD
Kristof Provost
M1: FreeBSD Developer Summit (invited only) --
13:30-16:30 T6: FreeBSD Ports and Poudriere
Niclas Zeising
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Day 3 (March 23, 2019) - Paper Session I

Room ARoom B
09:50 - 10:00 Openning
10:00 - 10:45 P01A: Adventure in DRMland - Or how to write a FreeBSD ARM64 DRM driver
Emmanuel  Vadot (manu@bidouilliste.com)
P01B: Removing ROP Gadgets from OpenBSD
Todd  Mortimer (todd@opennet.ca)
11:00 - 11:45 P02A: powerpc64 architecture support in FreeBSD ports
Piotr  Kubaj (pkubaj@anongoth.pl)
P02B: Design and Implementation of NetBSD Base System Package Distribution Service
Ken'ichi  Fukamachi (fukachan@fml.org)
12:00 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 - 14:15 P03A: Doubling FreeBSD request-response throughputs over TCP with PASTE
Michio  Honda (micchie@sfc.wide.ad.jp)
P03B: LLVM and the state of sanitizers on BSD
David  CARLIER (devnexen@gmail.com)
14:30 - 15:15 P04A: Monitoring FreeBSD Systems: What to (Not) Monitor
Andrew  Fengler (andrew.fengler@scaleengine.com)
P04B: Intel HAXM - a hardware-assisted acceleration engine in the NetBSD kernel
Kamil  Rytarowski (kamil@NetBSD.org)
15:30 - 16:15 P05A: Managing System Images with ZFS
Allan  Jude (allan@klarasystems.com)
P05B: bhyvearm64: Generic Interrupt Controller Version 3 Virtualization
Alexandru  Elisei (alexandru.elisei@gmail.com)
18:30 - 21:00 Banquet (in Arcadia Ichigaya)

Day 4 (March 24, 2019) - Paper Session II

Room ARoom B
09:00 - 09:45 P06A: BSD Unix Solutions in the Australian NFP/NGO Health Sector
Jason  Tubnor (Jason.Tubnor@lchs.com.au)
P06B1: bhyve - Improvements to Virtual Machine State Save and Restore
Darius  Mihai (dariusmihaim@gmail.com)
P06B2: FreeBSD - Live Migration feature for bhyve
Maria-Elena  Mihalescu (elenamihailescu22@gmail.com)
10:00 - 10:45 P07A: Yet Another Container Migration on FreeBSD
Yuhei  Takagawa (g2118021@fun.ac.jp)
P07B: Finalizing booting requirements for a guest running under bhyvearm
Mihai  Carabas (mihai.carabas@cs.pub.ro)
11:00 - 11:45 P08A: Parallel, Multi-Axis Regression and Performance Testing with FreeBSD, OpenZFS, and bhyve
Michael  Dexter (editor@callfortesting.org)
P08B: FreeBSD - Improving block I/O compatibility in bhyve
Sergiu  Weisz (sergiu121@gmail.com)
12:00 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 - 14:30 Keynote K01: Security Fantasies and Realities for the BSDs
George V. Neville-Neil (gnn@neville-neil.com)
14:30 - 15:00 Break
15:00 - 15:45 P09A: ZRouter: Remote update of firmware
Hiroki  Mori (yamori813@yahoo.co.jp)
P09B: Porting Go to netbsd/arm64
Maya   (coypu@sdf.org)
16:00 - 16:45 P10A: Improving security of the FreeBSD boot process
Marcin  Wojtas (mw@freebsd.org)
P10B: Another Path for Software Quality? Automated Software Verification and OpenBSD
Moritz  Buhl (m.buhl@campus.lmu.de)
16:45 - 18:00 Work-in-Progress Session
18:00 - 18:00 Closing

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