From cell phones to HPC, Linux filesystems are used in every imaginable workload. We'll discuss advancements in the Linux storage stack, and how our filesystems are changing to meet the huge variety of ways Linux is used today. New features in Ext4, XFS and Btrfs will be outlined, along with detailed performance analysis and benchmarks.
Upcoming storage technologies play an important role in filesystem development, and we will overview some of the ways filesystems are adapting to the latest standards and hardware. Flash technology brings huge new challenges to filesystems, and we will cover some of the ways filesystems are innovating with flash.