The promise of ODP is to provide increased portability and performance for data plane applications. In this talk we discuss several examples of applications using ODP and the resulting benefits that have been seen. Applications being discussed include NGiNX and TRex as well as experiencing using OpenFastPath (OFP), which provides a full TCP/IP stack running on top of ODP. It is a panel discussion with ODP users sharing their experience. Bill will be hosting the session. Panel will include engineers/architects from LNG members, EZchip & VirtualOpenSystems.

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Regular session taking place at Connect for developers working on Linux distributions to share progress on ARM Linux platform support. Users are also welcome to share their experiences using Linux distributions on ARM. The goal of the discussion is to identify areas in which Linaro can help.

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Update on progress and discuss next steps on Android HAL consolidation Lead Project

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Generating a specific power model for the platform is a pre-requirement for delpoying EAS and IPA. This makes understanding power models and how to generate parameters for them a useful skill. In this session we demonstrate how to use workload automation to gather power data from a board. We will then describe how to derive rough values for the EAS and IPA power models using nothing but this easily observable data. We will not rely on any information provided by OEM or SoC vendor.

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ARM server hardware will be shipping in 2016. An incredible amount of work has been done to get this far -- defining and implementing industry standards used by servers, development and testing of SoCs, and all sorts of Linux kernel work. So, how do we make sure we meet all these industry standards? To a great extent, we've relied on magical thinking so far. That works, but only for so long. LuvOS and FWTS were created in order to catch many of the problems users have found; in this presentation, we describe how we have started extending FWTS to check for standards compliance, specifically ACPI and the SBBR, and how we can use LuvOS to run FWTS and other test suites so that we can rely on hard data, and not just wishful thinking.

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The current Hadoop ecosystem is challenged and slowed by fragmented and duplicated efforts. An industry standard is required that translates to immediate benefits that will increase stability, capabilities and compatibility among Hadoop distributions. Its also important to include an open data management core with emphasis on making it enterprise focused. The ODPi is a shared industry effort focused on build such standards and also promoting and advancing the state of Big Data technologies. Linaro is actively involved in this effort and also to make sure ODPi is ARM compatible. This talk will go over some of specifications defined, Linaro's contributions, Roadmap and a quick demo

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ARM in HPC / This session will cover current ARM HPC software ecosystem and roadmap, as well as HPC market potential and how it intersects big data software stacks.

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