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Friday, October 25 • 11:40am - 12:30pm
LXCBENCH: Understanding the Capabilities of Linux Containers in IVI Applications Through Benchmarking - Gianpaolo Macario, Mentor Graphics

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With the current trends of multi-core System-on-a-Chips it becomes more appealing to In-Vehicle Infotainment system designers to consolidate into the same SoC functions that were previously deployed on separate ECUs.

Linux Containers (LXC) are increasingly getting attention from IVI system architects as a way of partitioning the software architecture of an IVI system into domains - by sharing the Linux kernel and relying on specific kernel features to provide separation and allocation of resources to containers.

The LXCBENCH Open Source Project, proposed by the Politecnico di Torino, has been launched and supported by the GENIVI Alliance in order to spread knowledge about Linux Containers and to develop tools to measure performance impacts.

This presentation will explain the current status of the GENIVI LXCBENCH Open Source Project and its possible future evolutions.
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Gianpaolo Macario

Senior Member of the Linux Transportation Solutions Team, Mentor Graphics
Gianpaolo Macario is a senior member of the Linux Transportation Solutions team of Mentor Graphics. Before joining Mentor Graphics he was a System Architect in the Infotainment and Telematics Business Unit of Magneti Marelli. Gianpaolo has been working with Embedded Linux and In-Vehicle Infotainment for the last several years and had the privilege of seeing and helping Linux evolve from a crazy idea to a solid foundation for delivering IVI... Read More →

Friday October 25, 2013 11:40am - 12:30pm
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