The Linaro Connect Budapest 2017 (BUD17) marked the 21st Linaro Connect since 2010. Linaro Connect Budapest was a five-day event with over 400 attendees and was packed full of keynotes by industry leaders, talks, training, meetings, hacking and a lot of socializing fun. It is the conference for anyone interested in Linux development and related ecosystems on ARM and brings together the best and the brightest of the Linux on ARM community. The first day of the event began with a keynote by Linaro’s CEO, George Grey and many announcements. First was the announcement that Google has joined as a club member with Linaro. Then was the announcement that Fujitsu will be collaborating with Linaro to accelerate High Performance Computing on ARM. Next was HXT Semiconductor joining Linaro to work on accelerating Advanced Server Development on ARM. Finally George announced that Acer joined Linaro’s IoT and Embedded group, which is focused on delivering end to end open source reference software for more secure connected products.
Thermal Notifications With NetlinkThursday, July 30, 2020
This blog introduces the thermal framework design and shows where the notification takes place to allow the userspace to be aware of the overall thermal profile of the system. In response to the lack of thermal communication between the kernel and the userspace, a solution based on the netlink has been implemented for Linux v5.9.New
Using Energy Model To Stay In TDP BudgetWednesday, July 29, 2020
An ever-increasing number of embedded devices need fine grain control on their performance in order to limit the power consumption. There are three primary reasons for this: to increase the battery life, to protect the components and to control the temperature. In this intriguing article, Daniel looks into the power consumption complexities and the challenges this creates.
Linaro Developer Cloud Kubernetes as a ServiceFriday, July 24, 2020
Recently, Linaro Developer Cloud has supported Kubernetes as a Service, and we have finally passed all the conformance tests from CNCF as the Certified Kubernetes - Hosted. The Linaro Developer Cloud Kubernetes service makes it easy for you to deploy, manage, and scale Kubernetes clusters to run containerised applications on the Arm64 platform.