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Wind River at Intel Developer Forum 2013

A new world has emerged in the wake of a monumental shift from former autonomous systems to a powerful network of integrated, intelligent systems we call the Internet of Things (IoT). Driven by the convergence of cloud technology, rapidly growing data volumes, and increasingly connected devices, the transformation is generating new challenges and a host of new opportunities that can be seized right now by businesses of all sizes and industries.

Few companies are better equipped than Wind River® to help organizations meet the unprecedented opportunities of IoT. With more than 30 years of embedded leadership and innovation, the company's software is today at the heart of more than 1.5 billion embedded computing devices around the world, a majority of which are connected. Wind River has converted that unmatched experience into deep cross-sector expertise, making it a trusted partner for customers in a wide range of industries. At this year's Intel® Developer Forum we'll be demonstrating how our technology can help companies take advantage of this opportunity.

September 10–12, 2013

Moscone Center West
San Francisco, CA
Gold Sponsor Booth #200


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Gold Sponsor Sessions

Felix Buam

Internet of Things Security: Evolution, Not Revolution

September 10, 2013
11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m., Room 2008

Presented by AJ Shipley, Senior Director, Security Solutions and Chief Security Architect, Wind River

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Internet of Things Security: Evolution, Not Revolution

In an always-connected world, the risk posed by cybersecurity threats is higher than ever. Time-tested security controls have mitigated many risks to IT systems, but the same threats to embedded devices, critical infrastructure, and data stored in the cloud have been neglected, putting our virtual and physical lives at risk. Device developers and manufacturers need to actively improve embedded device security by understanding the potential technical security gaps of connected embedded devices. While many IT- and enterprise-level security controls are suitable for critical infrastructure, the resource constraints and intermittent connectivity of embedded devices must be thoroughly understood before those security controls can be adapted to embedded and critical infrastructure use cases.

This session will include the following topics:

  • Security advances over the past 20 years and the security challenges facing embedded device developers
  • How to adapt and apply the security approaches used in IT to deeply embedded, resource-constrained environments
  • Addressing security requirements at multiple levels of the device stack with security features such as remote attestation and key management
  • Delivering real-time threat intelligence with operational resilience through an end-to-end comprehensive security solution to protect business processes from multiple threats
Brian Vezza

Critical Run-Time Components and Lifecycle Development Tools for Next-Generation Intelligent Network Elements

September 11, 2013
5:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., Room 2003

Presented by Steve Konish, Senior Engineering Specialist, Wind River

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Critical Run-Time Components and Lifecycle Development Tools for Next-Generation Intelligent Network Elements

The network infrastructure is the backbone of the emerging intelligent connected world. Over the next several years, the number of connected devices and machines is expected to triple or even quadruple. Equipment providers must find ways to expand capacity, consolidate systems, and reduce costs. Intel and Wind River are spearheading the multi-core consolidation trend and enabling further consolidation and cost reduction through network functions virtualization (NFV).

Join this session for answers to the following questions:

  • What are the best practices for enabling packet acceleration use cases in an NFV environment? Which use cases are best suited for NFV?
  • Which use cases require a best-in-class packet acceleration solution that is built on the Intel Data Plane Development Kit (Intel DPDK)?
  • What is the state of the open source packet acceleration network stacks (e.g., NetBSD), and what advantages do they bring?


Joint Intel Sessions

Poster Chat: Wind River Simics Gives Boot Code a Boost—An Insyde Software Case Study on Accelerating Firmware Development Pre-Silicon

September 10, 2013
11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m./3:00 p.m.–4:30 p.m., Station 3

Presented by Guillaume Girard, Simics Project Manager, Intel Corporation; Steve Howard, Senior Technical Marketing Engineer, Intel Corporation; Anders Ravnborg, Director of Simulation Technology Center, Intel Corporation; Jeff Bobzin, Vice President, Software Architecture, Insyde Software; Martin Nicholes, Lead Architect, Insyde Software

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Poster Chat – Wind River Simics Gives Boot Code a Boost—An Insyde Software Case Study on Accelerating Firmware Development Pre-Silicon

This poster chat reviews Insyde® Software's success in speeding InsydeH2O® firmware development on a new platform by leveraging Wind River Simics®. Insyde's server bring-up team was able to achieve power-on in 2–4 hours on the next-generation Intel server code-named Grantley—in large part by having access to the Simics simulation tool and models before silicon was available. Insyde's experience showed that Simics allows better access to platform models when customer reference boards (CRBs) are not yet available or are in short supply. Simics provides accurate platform models and leverages engineer experience with hardware debug tools such as Intel In-Target Probe (Intel ITP) to accelerate development. Powerful features like stopping on traps, replaying code flows, and saving platform states enable a rapid debug cycle.



Hands-On Lab: Intel Data Plane Development Kit and Wind River Intelligent Network Platform with Deep Packet Inspection

September 10, 2013
1:00 p.m.–3:15 p.m., Room 2000

Presented by Muthurajan Jayakumar, Platform Application Engineer, Intel Corporation; Abhishek Khade, Technical Marketing Engineer, Intel Corporation; Stephen Gooch, Solutions Readiness Engineer, Wind River; Mehdi Hashemian, Field Engineer Specialist, Wind River; Tony Vo, Platform Application Engineer, Intel Corporation

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Hands-On Lab: Intel Data Plane Development Kit and Wind River Intelligent Network Platform with Deep Packet Inspection

In this lab, attendees will learn how to enhance packet processing performance using a combination of hardware and software acceleration. These techniques will benefit telecommunication infrastructure and networking applications. Methodologies covered in this lab are applicable to network functions virtualization (NFV) and software defined networking (SDN). Topics include the following:

  • Intel Data Plane Development Kit (Intel DPDK)
  • Wind River Intelligent Network Platform
  • Accelerated pattern matching engine using RegEx
  • Application protocol and metadata extraction tool for deep packet inspection (DPI)
  • IPsec/SSL offload with Intel QuickAssist Technology
  • Virtualized implementation of networking functions
  • Wind River Packet Generator (pktgen)


Poster Chat: Intel System Studio—A Perfect Fit for Wind River Linux

September 11, 2013
11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m./ 3:00 p.m.–4:30 p.m., Station 9

Presented by David Reyna, Senior Member, Technical Staff, Wind River; Noah Clemons, Technical Consulting Engineer, Parallel Programming Products, Intel Corporation

Abstract

Poster Chat: Intel System Studio—A Perfect Fit for Wind River Linux

This poster chat illustrates the integration of Intel System Studio with the Wind River Linux application and system software build environment, as well as component deployment onto a Wind River Linux–based target.

The poster chat provides a detailed overview of the following:

  • Intel System Studio's Yocto Project Compatible cross-development support
  • Optimization, profiling, analysis, and debug capabilities for embedded platforms and intelligent systems such as those based on Wind River Linux 5
  • An outline for future plans with even tighter alignment with OpenEmbedded standards and Wind River Linux


Technical Session: Accelerating Software Development on Next-Generation Intel Architecture Microservers and Tablets with Wind River Simics

September 11, 2013
5:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m., Room 2008

Presented by Guillaume Girard, Simics Project Manager, Intel Corporation; Daniel Aarno, Engineering Manager, Intel Corporation

Abstract

Poster Chat: Accelerating Software Development on Next-Generation Intel Architecture Microservers and Tablets with Wind River Simics

Wind River Simics is a powerful full-system simulator for firmware and software developers. This session will provide technical insights and details on the following:

  • How Simics was used to accelerate software development and validation on Intel architecture–based tablet, microservers, and communication platforms (Bay Trail-T, Avoton, and Rangeley)
  • How to build on this technology to advance and speed up your own future Intel architecture–based product development
  • Simics 4.8 latest release features, including the new debugging capabilities that make simulation even more compelling


Poster Chat: The Future of Software Defined Networking with the Intel Open Network Platform Switch Reference Design

September 12, 2013
10:45 p.m.–11:45 p.m., Room 2003

Presented by Gershon Schatzberg, Senior Product Line Manager, Open Network Software, Wind River; Recep Ozdag, Product Manager, Intel Corporation

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Poster Chat: The Future of Software Defined Networking with the Intel Open Network Platform Switch Reference Design

Virtualized data center environments are driving the need for virtual machine mobility and network overlays using layer 3 tunneling mechanisms, which require coordination of forwarding tables across the network. Traditional distributed network control methods are no longer viable in this environment, and the industry is driving toward open standards in software defined networking (SDN).

This session will provide an overview of these new data center networks and how Intel and Wind River are working together to support an Open Network Platform (ONP) initiative to provide a programmable control plane and management APIs. Attendees will gain a better understanding of the various SDN approaches in the data center and how Intel and Wind River will provide user-programmable data center networking solutions. Topics include the following:

  • Overview of legacy networking vs. SDN
  • Advantages of a flat data center network
  • SDN approaches
  • Open Network Platform
  • Intel Open Network Platform Switch Reference Design
  • Introduction of the Application Developer Kit for applications running on the ToR


Wind River Booth Demos

Wind River Open Virtualization Profile Fused with Intel DPDK

Network Transformation with High-Performance Virtualization

Wind River Open Virtualization Profile Fused with Intel DPDK

  • Extreme low latency, maximum performance throughput
  • Openness, scalability, and NFV readiness
  • Yocto Project compatibility

Wind River Intelligent Network Platform on Intel Rangeley

Intelligent, High-Performance Networking on a Low-Power Platform

Wind River Intelligent Network Platform on Intel Rangeley

  • High throughput, low power
  • Integrated and optimized data plane solution for next-generation network elements
  • Packet acceleration, pattern matching, and flow analysis in one integrated system

Wind River Intelligent Device Platform

Connect, Manage, and Secure Your Intelligent Systems

Wind River Intelligent Device Platform

  • Secure boot functionality for ensuring device integrity
  • Rich network of connectivity options to save development time
  • Cloud-based repository for remote device updates and configuration

Wind River VxWorks

Data Visualization with Graphics, Touch, and User Interface for the Internet of Things

Wind River VxWorks

  • Tight integration between OS and graphics
  • Native graphics support on a wide range of hardware
  • <500 KB driver and software OpenVG stack

Wind River Open Network Software

A Foundational Building Block of Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI)

Wind River Open Network Software

  • SDI-optimized network software environment
  • Complete disaggregation of control plane and data plane
  • Extensive networking protocols suite
  • Seamless extensibility with add-on applications
  • Comprehensive, standard management APIs

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