eBPF has been a part of Linux for nearly four years, but it’s one of the lesser-understood technologies in the Linux kernel. eBPF provides high-performance, lower-level observability into the Linux kernel, hardware, and programs.
Michael Kehoe examines what eBPF is, how it works, and its potential uses. You’ll learn how to write your own eBPF programs as you work through hands-on labs.
Michael Kehoe is a site reliability engineer at LinkedIn, where he specializes in building and maintaining reliable, scalable system infrastructure. Previously, he worked with networks at the University of Queensland, built small satellites at NASA, and wrote thermal environments software at Rio Tinto.
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