Don’t miss Linaro at ELC this week
Linaro is excited to be presenting at ELC once again! Don’t miss our sessions on Monday 12 and Tuesday 13 March at ELC which is taking place at the Hilton in Portland. See below summaries of the sessions and speakers, as well as links to the complete abstracts where you can register.
Monday 12 March, 4.10 - 5.10pm
Keeping up with LTS: Linux Kernel Functional Testing (LKFT) on Devices, Thomas Gall, Linaro
Linaro Mobile Group’s (LMG) Director Tom Gall will talk about Linux Kernel Functional Testing on Devices. LMG has been working to improve testing on embedded devices with the goal to catch regressions as quickly as possible during the LTS RC test cycle and increase confidence that consumer devices are able to upgrade to the latest LTS. As Director of Linaro Mobile Group, Tom oversees collaborative engineering involving Android and the Linux Kernel by a wide range of SoC vendors, handset vendors and Google. For the complete abstract and to register for the session, click here.
Tuesday 13 March, 3.00-3.50pm
Android Common Kernel and Out of Mainline Patchset Status, Amit Pundir, Linaro Android Engineer Amit Pundir will provide a brief background on Android common kernels, an update on current/active patchset and an intro to android mainline-tracking tree. Amit is an Android Engineer at Linaro and AOSP Contributor. His primary focus is on maintaining the Android kernel topic branches for linaro-stable and mainline tracking kernel at Linaro. For the complete abstract and to register for the session, click here.
Tuesday 13 March, 4.20-5.10pm
A Solution to High Latencies Caused by I/O, Paolo Valente, Linaro In his session, Paolo Valente will look at the BFQ I/O scheduler which, since making its way into the Linux kernel, has brought high responsiveness, low latency for time-sensitive applications and strong fairness. In particular, he will demonstrate through demos and stats, the benefits to come, comparing them with the current latency and unfairness problems of Linux-based embedded systems. Paolo is a Linaro Engineer and Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy. His main focus is on scheduling algorithms for storage devices, transmission links and CPUs. For the complete abstract and to register for the session, click here.