Brussels / 2 & 3 February 2019


Adam Litke

The speaker description is potentially outdated as it is from a previous FOSDEM edition.

Adam has been involved in the Linux community since 1999 where he worked with an IBM team to boot Linux on the ppc64 architecture for the first time. Since then he has contributed to many projects including: kernel, libhugetlbfs, Memory Overcommitment Manager, qemu, libvirt, and oVirt. These days, Adam works at Red Hat and is an active member of the oVirt Community working on features ranging from SLA to Live snapshot merging.


Title Day Room Track Start End
It's Time for the Populator
Declarative initialization of kubernetes persistent storage
Saturday H.2213 Virtualization and IaaS 12:00 12:30