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Published on Mar 15, 2018
ACRN: A Big Little Hypervisor for IoT Development - Eddie Dong, Intel
This talk will introduce the audience to the concept of the first open source, partitioning hypervisor reference stack for IoT & embedded devices. We will be addressing the gap that currently exists between datacenter hypervisors, hard partitioning hypervisors, & select industrial applications.
Here, we will discuss the details of part 1 of the reference stack: the device hypervisor. This hypervisor is designed to fit the embedded ecosystem requirements. Such as a "partitioning" system enabling it to isolate and share resources as needed. This device hypervisor is designed to support a small footprint code base for simplicity and low latency, an improved boot time, will have support for standards like Virt-IO, and will support hardware platforms built on Intel Architecture. This open source, partitioning, device hypervisor reference stack will be distributed under a non-GPL license.
About Eddie Dong Eddie Dong, Principle Engineer of Intel Open Source Center. Eddie has been working in server virtualization area for 10+ years, from day 1 when hardware virtualization technology was launched. Eddie initiated the VM based high availability project, named COLO project (coarse-grained lock step virtual machines for non-stop service), and is working on device hypervisor now. Eddie was an active participant of Xen & KVM project.