Managing performance parameters through systemd –  Presentation on Linux Conference of Australia 2017

Managing performance parameters through systemd – Presentation on Linux Conference of Australia 2017

LINUX.CONF.AU is one of the world’s greatest Free and Open Source Software Conferences. Run since 1999, in a different Australian or New Zealand city each year, by a team of local volunteers, LCA invites more than 500 people to learn from the people who shape the future of Open Source.

I was invited to speak about ‘Managing performance parameters through systemd’ for the edition in January 2017. The complete talk has been recorded and is available here:

In this talk you will learn how to manage performance parameters through systemd. You will discover how systemd splits the Linux operating system into 3 different slices – and how that may lead to unexpected situations in some cases. You will also learn how to modify a unit file to ensure that your services will always be sure that the resources they need will be available.

Sander is an expert in the domains of Linux, Containers and Kubernetes, and Ansible Automation. He is a best selling author who has published many titles on these topics. Sander is also a technical trainer, teaching live classes on oreilly.com, and occasionally for customers around the world.