Thursday 26th May, 2016
2:30pm to 4:30pm
Workshop 6 : Linux Performance Monitoring and Tuning
Today, Linux systems are used throughout computing, from embedded systems to supercomputers, and have secured a place in server installations such as the popular LAMP application stack. However most administrator lacked basic understanding on how various Linux OS components works. Having such understanding is important in order to troubleshoot, fix and find a solution to various performance issues. This workhop will help administrator to understand and give high level overview on how to determine bottleneck on various subsystem in Linux Operating System and some performance metrics that need to be monitored. Giving general exposure on how different sub components in Linux OS works, such as CPU, Priority Scheduler, how IO interrupts are handled, how network layer is implemented, etc.
En. Adzmely Mansor
An IT Engineer with more than 18 years of mix system and software engineering experiences. Strong analytical and trouble shooting skills in broad range of system expertise especially in Open Source related Solutions (OSS). An excellent problem solver, able to quickly grasp complex systems and identify opportunities for im- provement and resolution of critical issues. An effective leader, skilled in enlisting the support of all team mem- bers in aligning with projects and organizational goals.
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