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Tuesday, December 14 • 16:45 - 17:35
Functional Safety Certification of Open Source Hypervisors: A Case Study - Junjie Mao, Intel

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The industry has witnessed a trend towards consolidation of workload with mixed criticality in various safety-critical segments including robotics and automotive. This trend raises a high demand of a safety certified hypervisor as a prerequisite to enable the consolidation of existing control systems with safety functions. In this session, Junjie will share a case study on how open source hypervisors can achieve functional safety. In this study, we have completed the functional safety audit by the third-party authority TÜV SÜD on a selected version of ACRN which is a lightweight open-source reference hypervisor for IoT. This sharing will cover the key technical and processual concepts that have been shown feasible by the study.

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Junjie Mao

Software Virtualization Engineer, Intel
Junjie is a SW engineer at Intel working on ACRN functional safety concept definition and certification since the announcement of Project ACRN in March 2018.

Tuesday December 14, 2021 16:45 - 17:35 JST
OS Dependability Theater
  Open Source Dependability