systemd has grown from a mere init system into a basic set of components to build a Linux OS from. It is now used at the core of Fedora, OpenSUSE, Mageia, Tizen and will soon make its appearance in the various big enterprise Linuxes as well. It is also available in all important community distributions.
In this talk I'd like to explain where we are coming from, what we currently offer and where we want to go with systemd. I will give an overview of the various components, and our general approach to OS design. We will give a special focus on our quest to cover all three major bases of Linux: embedded/mobile, desktop and server and what we are doing to make systemd attractive to ehm.
Hall: Hall 1 
Track: Sys Admin