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Tech Chat: Virtualization in Embedded Systems – MES034

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Baurzhan Ismagulov

Baurzhan Ismagulov

Tech Chat: Virtualization in Embedded Systems with Baurzhan Ismagulov and Alexander Smirnov

Today we’re talking about virtualization in Embedded Systems. This is particularly different from host-based virtualization. For that reason I wanted to welcome major experts in this special area: Baurzhan Ismagulov and Alexander Smirnov from Ilbers – Technology for better life.

Ilbers provides Mango – a bare-metal Type 1 hypervisor. If you do not understand a word what this means – jump back to the previous episode #33 of the MES-podcast Combining the Uncombinable and fill up your missing knowledge. Mango was nominated for the Embedded Award 2015 at the Embedded World exhibition in Nuremberg. They have created a great piece of software which will provide a lot of benefit into embedded projects.

Alexander Smirnov

Alexander Smirnov

Already at the Embedded World I have had an amazing talk at their booth. But how much more deeper do we get into our todays tech-chat. We’re tackling the main use cases for using virtualization: combination and isolation. We’re discussing the main feature of Mango, as there are: static partitioning, bounded latency, no scheduler and a marvellous small footprint. And we come up with the general pros and cons of virtualization in embedded systems. For the latter have a look at Alexander’s talk at the Embedded Conference Scandinavia last year.

For all the ones out there who believe in doing things by themselves. Here’s the deal: Ilbers provides a Mango-demonstrator for the BananaPI. Just study their Getting Started Manual and give it a try.

But first, stay with me and enjoy the chat.

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Virtualization – Combining the Uncombinable – MES033

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VirtualizationVirtualization – Combining the Uncombinable – MES033

Today’s episode is an introduction episode. It’s introducing into the topic of the next episode. We’ve tackling the big topic of Virtualization.

Virtualizing is in. Everybody, everythings seems to be in some way virtualized. But what does it really mean? At least in the context of IT it definitely means something different as in day-by-day usage. In this episode I’ll give you the big overview and dive a little bit into some details. Details you should know when talking about virtualization on computer-systems.

Stay tuned and be inspired.

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Out of all the podcasts available in the Internet you tuned into mine, and I’m grateful for that. If you enjoyed the episode, please share it by using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of this note. Also, I would be very happy if you would consider taking the minute it takes to leave an honest review or rating for the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher. They’re extremely helpful when it comes to the ranking of the podcast. For sure I read every single one of them personally! Or, if you prefer a more direct contact, don't hesitate and drop me a note at feedback@embeddedsuccess.com