Meeting Archive:
Virtualization in the Automotive Industry - 2

Meeting Description:
As the internet-of-things creates an ever-growing network of connected devices and a limitless number of different applications, it’s only a matter of time before consumers demand more from their vehicles. Unfortunately, the necessity of running independent systems on multiple computers within a vehicle limits the number of features that can be implemented -- not to mention being inconvenient and cost-ineffective. In this webinar, we will explore how OEMs and automotive manufacturers can adopt virtualization to quickly develop a flexible, robust, and customizable integrated cockpit. Specifically, we will focus on the benefits of using an open source Xen hypervisor to address reliability and security concerns, as demonstrated by GlobalLogic’s current Nautilus architecture for automotive software development. 
Date: Wed, Aug 27, 2014
Time: 09:00 AM PDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Rudolf J Streif
 Presenter Information
Alex Agizim, CTO of Embedded Systems, GlobalLogic, Inc.
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Biography: Alex Agizim is the CTO of Embedded Systems at GlobalLogic Inc. With over eighteen years of experience in software development, embedded systems, telecommunications, and multimedia systems, Alex leads the company’s OSS stack initiative for IVI systems. He received both his BSEE and MSEE degrees from the Lviv Polytechnic University in Ukraine, and he is a frequent speaker on automotive virtualization solutions.

Rudolf Streif, Director of Embedded Solutions, Linux Foundation
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As the Linux Foundation's Director of Embedded Solutions Rudolf Streif connects companies seeking to leverage Linux and open source for embedded product development with open source communities. He has created the Automotive Linux Summit an event that brings together the most innovative minds from automotive expertise with open source software excellence. He is leading the Linux Foundation's Automotive Grade Linux collaboration project, an initiative to advance Linux and open source in the automotive industry.
He is a frequent speaker at various events on Linux, open source, automotive and telematics.