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Monday, June 1 • 16:20 - 17:10
ARM TrustZone and KVM Coexistence with RTOS For Automotive - Michele Paolino, Virtual Open Systems

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The automotive market requests for unprecedented mixed-criticality challenges: aspects such as security, real time, virtualization, high performance and cloud services need to coexist in a single, heterogeneous execution environment. In this presentation, Michele Paolino will show how to integrate multiple guests, AGL/Genivi and GPU/TPM virtualization with a RTOS to address a complete Automotive IVI software stack.
Such a stack, executed in multi-core ARMv8 SoCs with KVM and TrustZone (an ARM hardware security extension), enhances the isolation of the applications running in the virtual machines, while enabling the secure execution of RT and critical services. In the session, the software architecture along with preliminary results of the current implementation will be shown. Finally, future extensions towards the Cloud Computing, Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) and IoT will be discussed. 

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Michele Paolino

software architect, Virtual Open Systems
Senior software architect at Virtual Open Systems, a company involved in open source development for virtualization extensions based on KVM. His experience includes OpenStack development and Continuous Integration (CI), security, HSM, Linux kernel drivers, KVM hypervisor, QEMU programming, GPU virtualization, API remoting, and TrustZone. He actively contributed to libvirt, OpenStack Nova and devstack open source projects.

Monday June 1, 2015 16:20 - 17:10
Orchid 1/2

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