Real Time Kernel, Red Hat
Steven Rostedt is the author of the official tracing infrastructure in Linux, known a ftrace. He works with Red Hat on their Real Time kernel, but also spends a lot of time developing new and innovative ways to handle kernel tracing. He also is the author of trace-cmd and kernelshark, the user space too and GUI that interacts with ftrace. Steve has been working on the Linux kernel professionally since January 2001, and before that since 1998 when he was introduced to kernel development while going for his Masters in CS. In his spare time, he enjoys Karate, and coaching his daughters Science Olympiad "crime busters" team.
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