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18
School:
Carnegie Mellon University
Course:
Cs 15410 - Operating System Design and Implementation
Operating System Design and Implementation Documents

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Akamai OS War Stories Bruce Maggs 15 410 Gratuitous Quote of the Day Well you re not hardcore No you re not hardcore Unless you live hardcore Unless you live hardcore But the legend of the rent was way hardcore School of Rock 2 My roll at Akamai Joined the company before it was a company still at MIT Fall 1998 First leader of engineering organization VP Research and Development Engineering grew from 10 to 140 employees in under a year Now VP Research Data Driven Design of Distributed Systems 3 Major Akamai Customers Microsoft Windows Update Apple iTunes Anti worm virus software vendors Images for Yahoo MSNBC Amazon Google DNS 4 Network Deployment 5 Akamai Operating Systems Started with Red Hat Linux 2 0 34 kernel October 1998 Deployed Windows 2000 Server early 2000 Linux performance optimizations SecureOS derived from Linux 2003 Battle hardened 6 Why more than one OS Original plan half Linux half FreeBSD Windows later added Windows Media Server runs on no other platform Major effort underway to port more services to Windows Use of socket based interactions 7 Optimizations and Security Manage disk and disk cache directly Optimize dedicated server for its application Optimize network kernel for short transactions Run services in user mode Only one access method ssh 8 Reliance on GNU software GNU GPL GNU Public License excerpts Activities other than copying distribution and modification are not covered by this License they are outside its scope The act of running the Program is not restricted and the output from the Program is covered only if its contents constitute a work based on the Program independent of having been made by running the Program Whether that is true depends on what the Program does 3 You may copy and distribute the Program or a work based on it under Section 2 in object code or executable form under the terms of Sections 1 and 2 above provided that you also do one of the following a Accompany it with the complete corresponding machine readable source



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