Virtualization for Practical Embedded Applications
Virtualization is rapidly becoming one of the key enablers of security, critical path isolation and device consolidation in embedded computing environments. Increasingly more and more functionality is being required from embedded systems without compromising deterministic real-time requirements. Explore how Intel hardware assisted virtualization technology (Intel® VT) is making such demanding embedded applications possible. Example use cases include: legacy OS consolidation, trusted/open application integration, RTOS/GPOS consolidation, performance-critical application separation and OS/soft failover.
What you will learn:
- Overview of Intel® Virtualization Technology (Intel® VT)
- Benefits of hardware-assisted virtualization
- Intel® VT platform requirements
- How to implement Intel® VT based solutions
- Embedded virtualization segment-based applications and usage models
Anyone interested in learning more about how virtualization technology is helping to solve practical problems in embedded.
Tanveer Alam is a Platform Architect for virtualization technology in Intel's Embedded Computing Group. He helps enable Intel® vPro™ Technologies in the embedded ecosystem. He has 12 years of experience working with various industries including semiconductors, telecoms, medical devices and consumer electronics. Tanveer holds an MSEE from Columbia University in New York and a BSEE from Drexel University.