The 2022 Tracing Summit is a three-day, single-track conference on the topic of tracing. The event focuses on software and hardware tracing, gathering developers and end-users of tracing and trace analysis tools. The main goal of the Tracing Summit is to provide space for discussion between people of the various areas that benefit from tracing, namely parallel, distributed and/or real-time systems, as well as kernel development.
- Location: Google, Central St Giles 1 - 13 St Giles High Street, London, WC2H 8AG, UK
- Dates: Tuesday the 11th to Thursday the 13th of October, 2022
- Cost: Free
- Meals: Lunch is provided, For breakfast and dinner there are many options available near the conference venue.
- Join the public chat: https://discord.gg/zRukEkHbFE
- Google Calendar of the schedule: https://bit.ly/3UZ6L5Y
Want to attend last minute? Email email@example.com.
- Day 1: https://youtu.be/UfHMIOju-uU
- Day 2: https://youtu.be/takRcl8AXGc
- Day 3: https://youtu.be/R0lhBR4Zfqg
- LTTng: Beyond Ring-Buffer Based Tracing, (slides), (video) Jérémie Galarneau (EfficiOS)
- Libpatch - Dynamic patching of binaries in userspace, (slides), (video), Olivier Dion (Polytechnique Montréal)
- Visual eBPF: Live Programming Observability on Linux, (slides), (video), Nikita Baksalyar
- Analysing Perfetto Android traces at every scale, (slides), (video), Lalit Maganti (Google)
- Adding the Interaction to Next Paint Metric to Perfetto, (slides), (video), Patricija Cerkaite
- Bringing network and time together using Linux tracing, (slides), (video), Alexander Aring (Red Hat)
- Perfetto: state of the union, (slides), (video), Primiano Tucci (Google)
- High Throughput of eBPF Events for Execution Patterns Detections, (slides), (video), Rafael David Tinoco & Nadav Strahilevitz (Aqua Security)
- eBPF cross-layer (L3-7) tracing of multiplexed RPC transports, (slides), (video), Wenbo Zhu (Google)
- Using Tracing in XR System Development, (slides), (video), Jakob Bornecrantz (Collabora)
- pKVM in-hypervisor tracing for ftrace, (slides), (video), Vincent Donnefort (Google)
- Hardware trace for software developers, (slides), (video), Al Grant (ARM)
The conference runs from 10:00 - 16:45 from Tuesday the 11th of October till Thursday the 13th of October 2022.
The room will be open from 09:00 on Tuesday for badge pickup, and from 09:30 on Wednesday and Thursday. Copious coffee and snacks will be available throughout the day. Catered lunch is provided, vegetarian and vegan options are available. Please let an organiser know if you have any dietary requirements.
Google Calendar of the schedule: https://bit.ly/3UZ6L5Y.
Tuesday 11th Oct
Wednesday 12th Oct
Thursday 13th Oct
|09:00||Badge pickup open from 09:00|
|09:15|| Coffee and snacks in
the conference room
|09:30||Coffee and snacks in
the conference room
|Coffee and snacks in
the conference room
Tracing Summit 2022
Ring-Buffer Based Tracing
Jérémie Galarneau, EfficiOS
|Libpatch - Dynamic patching of
binaries in userspace
Olivier Dion, Polytechnique Montréal
|pKVM in-hypervisor tracing for ftrace
Vincent Donnefort, Google
|11:00||Visual eBPF: Live Programming
Observability on Linux
|Analysing Perfetto Android
traces at every scale
Lalit Maganti, Google
|Adding the Interaction to
Next Paint Metric to Perfetto
Patricija Cerkaite, Microsoft
|11:45||Perfetto: State of the union
Primiano Tucci, Google
|eBPF cross-layer (L3-7) tracing
of multiplexed RPC transports
Wenbo Zhu, Google
|Hardware trace for
Al Grant, ARM
|12:15||Unconference introduction||Lunch (provided)||Lunch (provided)|
|13:30||State of the Linux Tracers
||Using Tracing in XR
Jakob Bornecrantz, Collabora
|14:00||Bringing network and time
together using Linux tracing
Alexander Aring, Red Hat
| High Throughput of eBPF Events
for Execution Patterns Detections
Rafael David Tinoco &
Nadav Strahilevitz (Aqua Security)
|15:45||Unconference - feedback|
|16:00||Unconference - feedback||Unconference - feedback|
|16:15||Closing remarks for
Tracing Summit 2022
|16:30||Close of day 1 &
details of day 2
|Close of day 2 &
details of day 3
Please send any query about this conference to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is organized by the Linux Foundation Diagnostic and Monitoring Workgroup.
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We are welcoming 30 minute presentations from both end users and developers, on topics covering, but not limited to:
- Investigation workflow of Real-Time, latency, and throughput issues,
- Trace collection and extraction,
- Trace filtering,
- Trace aggregation,
- Trace formats,
- Tracing multi-core systems,
- Trace abstraction,
- Trace modeling,
- Automated trace analysis (e.g. dependency analysis),
- Tracing large clusters and distributed systems,
- Hardware-level tracing (e.g. DSP, GPU, bare-metal),
- Trace visualisation,
- Interaction between debugging and tracing,
- Tracing remote control,
- Analysis of large trace datasets,
- Cloud trace collection and analysis,
- Integration between trace tools,
- Live tracing & monitoring,
- Programmable tracing (e.g. eBPF).
Those can cover recently available technologies, ongoing work, and yet non-existing technologies (which are compellingly interesting to end-users). Please understand that this open forum is not the proper place to present sales or marketing pitches, nor technologies which are prevented from being freely used in open source.
The Call for Proposals for this event closed on September 9th 2022.
We’ve managed to secure a larger room to make space for more attendees. The room is in a different building to what was previously advertised here.
The summit will now be located at: Google, Central St Giles 1 - 13 St Giles High Street, London, WC2H 8AG, UK
Instead of the previously announced location: Google, 6 Pancras Sq, London, N1C 4AG, UK. The two buildings are nearby traveling between them takes 10-30min depending on if you travel by Uber/Lyft/Taxi, public transport, bike rental, or foot. We apologise for this late change to the location but we think that it is worth it to allow for more attendees.