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Wednesday, September 15 • 15:05 - 15:30
Qemu Performance Regression CI - Lukáš Doktor, Red Hat Czech, s. r. o.

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Motto: "An improvement is BAD in the same way a regression is." This talk builds on the "Proposal for a regular upstream performance testing" email thread on qemu-devel and describes what is being done, why it’s important and suggests a BoF session to discuss use cases and make any necessary adjustments. After a brief introduction of our upstream performance regression CI the talk is going to move towards the practical aspects useful for (mainly) qemu developers, explaining the public reports, the collected metrics, how to make sense of the issues and how to reproduce the runs.

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Lukas Doktor

Software Developer, Red Hat Czech, s. r. o.
He's part of a CI group within the virtualization team in Red Hat. Long-time Avocado/Avocado-vt maintainer with a primary focus on alternative architectures. Used to maintain an internal alt-arch CI, now trying to establish a regular performance regression CI within the same team... Read More →

Wednesday September 15, 2021 15:05 - 15:30 UTC
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