Hello world!

Hi everybody — Adam Litke here.  Over the past 10 years or so working for IBM on open source software (particularly Linux and KVM virtualization), I’ve had a lot of fun experiences and learned a few hard lessons too.  I thought it might be useful to sift through these and write about some of the more interesting topics.  Hopefully this exercise will result in some useful and possibly even entertaining posts for you to read.

I plan to begin by writing some posts on KVM-related topics.  Stay tuned!

About aglitke

I am a software engineer working on Linux, open source software, and virtualization. I am proud to work at Red Hat on oVirt and Red Hat Virtualization with a focus on software defined storage. Other notable projects I have been involved in include: The Linux ppc64 architecture, Linux kernel crash dumps (kdump), Linux huge pages and libhugetlbfs, qemu, libvirt, and the Memory Overcommitment Manager.
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