The Reference Software Platform lead project was introduced in Linaro Connect San Francisco 2015, and since then it evolved and matured with the completion of the first tree big milestones (the 15.10, 15.12 and 16.03 releases). This session will revisit the work done as part of the previous releases, covering the projects that were incorporated through the process and our vision for the future milestones.

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SFO15-TR7: OSS License Compliance
Speaker: Kate Stewart

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SFO15-411: Energy Aware Scheduling: Power vs. Performance policy
Speaker: Vincent Guittot, Juri Lellli
Date: September 24, 2015

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SFO15-407: Performance Overhead of ARM Virtualization
Speaker: Christoffer Dall
Date: September 24, 2015

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SFO15-201: Boot Architecture for RDK
Speaker: Khem Raj
Date: September 22, 2015

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16:30 – Linaro: OpenJDK on ARM, where we are today
Speaker: Ed Nevill, Senior Developer and Joseph Joyce, Intern Engineer
Abstract: OpenJDK development on ARM

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11:45 – ScaleMark: Understanding Performance Results for Servers in the Data Center
Speaker: Markus Levy, EEMBC President and CEO
Abstract; Workloads for the Cloud and associated data centers are putting unique demands on the SoCs and other system-level hardware that are being integrated into these scale-out servers. Traditional benchmarks, such as EEMBC® CoreMark®, SPECInt® 2006 and SPECFP® 2006, and others, address the compute complexity of different workloads and the suitability of processors for different tasks. However, when looking at the system level (which is required for comprehending the performance of servers in data centers), many factors contribute to the performance of the system as a whole – memory, disks, operating system, network interfaces, network stack, and more. In addition, the manner in which workloads are generated can significantly affect the results. In this session, using a case study from Cavium’s ARM based Thunder X system and the EEMBC ScaleMark (a cloud and server benchmark suite), results will be presented that demonstrate how subtle variations in the test environment can obfuscate benchmark results and how a properly designed benchmark suite can overcome these obstacles

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VLAND is a project to enable dynamic network configuration of various switches. A communication protocol to interact with the daemon will be integrated into Linaro‰’s Automated Validation Architecture so that jobs can dynamically configure the network for testing. In this session, we will review the current state of the project, next steps, and open it up for a discussion.

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Show off current capabilities (benchmarking, power measurements), discuss Linaro’s use of the Workload Automation (WA), suite and invite feedback

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