LVC21F-101 CodeLinaro Integrated

Session Abstract

Level: Introductory and overview  QuIC Inc.’s customers benefit from having all open-source code available in a downstream source release. As business is evolving, more of our customers need binaries and complete solutions that are easy to build and readily integrate into their products. We’ve partnered with Linaro to develop a set of services to enable a comprehensive downstream release environment to support our SOC ecosystem. We were looking to resolve challenges identified in the past with configuring and releasing our open-source software, and automating these processes wherever possible to provide a streamlined solution. CodeLinaro is a cloud-based platform enabling companies and communities to comprehensively manage the distribution of software to their customers and users. CodeLinaro integrates a set of key services into a complete software distribution platform, allowing us to easily integrate with our existing business processes. In this presentation we discuss challenges we have faced in our open-source release process and highlight the solutions we have co-created with CodeLinaro. We cover how we achieved a 10-year goal of aligning our release process across all software components for our SOC. Linaro will present an overview of CodeLinaro and how it can be used by any vendor in the SOC ecosystem.

Session Speakers

Joshua Sickmeyer

Tech Lead - CodeLinaro (Linaro, Ltd.)

As the Tech Lead for CodeLinaro, Josh heads up the design, global implementation and support for CodeLinaro, a new SaaS DevOps platform providing an integrated suite of tools helping companies to manage secure software distribution. Josh has over 13 years of experience as a Full Stack Software Engineer as well as Project Manager. Josh holds BS degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics from Southwest Minnesota State University, and resides with his family in Worthington, MN (USA).

Craig Northway

Qualcomm Technologies Inc., Senior Director of Engineering

Craig Northway is a Senior Director of Engineering at Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI). Craig leads the Qualcomm Software Content Compliance team, a group formed to improve process, policy and tooling around Open Source software at Qualcomm, including within the Qualcomm Innovation Center (QuIC Inc.). Craig is currently a member of the Linux Foundation TODO workgroup. Craig holds a Bachelor of Engineering from the University of Queensland.

Level: Introductory and overview 

QuIC Inc.’s customers benefit from having all open-source code available in a downstream source release. As business is evolving, more of our customers need binaries and complete solutions that are easy to build and readily integrate into their products. We’ve partnered with Linaro to develop a set of services to enable a comprehensive downstream release environment to support our SOC ecosystem. We were looking to resolve challenges identified in the past with configuring and releasing our open-source software, and automating these processes wherever possible to provide a streamlined solution. CodeLinaro is a cloud-based platform enabling companies and communities to comprehensively manage the distribution of software to their customers and users. CodeLinaro integrates a set of key services into a complete software distribution platform, allowing us to easily integrate with our existing business processes. In this presentation we discuss challenges we have faced in our open-source release process and highlight the solutions we have co-created with CodeLinaro. We cover how we achieved a 10-year goal of aligning our release process across all software components for our SOC. Linaro will present an overview of CodeLinaro and how it can be used by any vendor in the SOC ecosystem.

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