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Tuesday, September 17 • 10:45am - 11:35am
Kernel CI Using Linaro’s Automated Validation Architecture - Tyler Baker, Linaro

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Linaro’s open source automated validation architecture (LAVA) enables developers to test their software on a broad range of hardware platforms. This presentation will describe to developers how they can utilize LAVA to test and validate kernels on real or emulated hardware. This session will showcase a new lightweight interface for testing kernels efficiently, and displaying test results. The goal being that we as developers can leverage automation to ensure that the Linux kernel is well tested and that each iteration becomes more robust than the last.

The target audience would be kernel developers interested in using automation to improve the quality of the Linux kernel. I believe this presentation is important to the Linux ecosystem as LAVA could empower kernel developers to test their code more efficiently than ever before, thus bringing a better user experience to all that use Linux

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Tyler Baker

Principal Software Engineer, Foundries.io
Embedded Linux software engineer, working upstream on Linux kernel and Zephyr RTOS. Focusing on secure end to end connected devices, and over the air updates. Passionate blockchain and distributed ledger enthusiast. Cryptocurrency miner since 2011.

Tuesday September 17, 2013 10:45am - 11:35am CDT
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