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Friday, August 26 • 14:00 - 14:30
Review and Analysis of Performance Metrics of the Xen Hypervisor on Zynq® UltraScale+™ MPSoC - Jarvis Roach & Benjamin Sanda, DornerWorks

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Performance metrics for Xen running on the targeted hardware platform is a significant factor in determining whether a project can afford the overhead of using a hypervisor as part of its overall system design. The release of the Xilinx Zynq® UltraScale+™ MPSoC based ZCU-102 development boards, marketed for the embedded design space, earlier this year enabled DornerWorks to measure key Xen-related performance metrics using the freely available, open source, Xen Zynq Distribution (XZD). These metrics include Xen boot times, Xen interrupt latency, and domain context switch times. DornerWorks will review the performance measurements collected, the methods used for collecting those metrics, and discuss the implications of the results, including how the data might be used to estimate performance of applications running as guests on that platform.

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Jarvis Roach

Sr. Engineer, DornerWorks Ltd.
Jarvis Roach is the senior engineer leading the technical team developing hypervisor-based solutions in the embedded space at DornerWorks Ltd. After serving in the Army, Jarvis attended the University of Michigan where he graduated with a Bachelor's in Computer Engineering, magnum cum laude. He has spent the last seventeen years working on an eclectic combination of projects in a variety of different fields; from telecommunications to... Read More →
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Benjamin Sanda

Embedded Software Engineer, DornerWorks Ltd.
Benjamin J Sanda is an embedded software engineer at DornerWorks Ltd. where his focus is on real-time kernel and firmware development. He has over nine years’ industry experience in safety critical, real-time, low-level design and implementation on multiple platforms, and has worked heavily with Wind River VxWorks in medical and aviation environments. He is also a Ph.D. candidate in Electrical Engineering at Western Michigan University, working... Read More →



Friday August 26, 2016 14:00 - 14:30
Pier 4

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