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Sysinternals for Linux
Sysinternals is a very popular tool used to get a low-level view of system behavior. It is commonly used by developers, sysadmins, quality assurance, and more. To date, the Sysinternals tools suite has only been available on Windows but recently we have made steps to move some of the tools over to Linux. Speakers leverage several interesting Linux technologies to be able to show the plethora of system/process information.
In this session, Mario and Kevin will not only showcase the tools available today (procdump, procmon and sysmon) but also dive into the depths of eBPF which is a very powerful Linux tracing technology. Speakers will also highlight tool .NET integration points.