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The use of open source software in military systems is gaining traction. The ease of access, broad availability of tools, and familiarity of engineering teams with Linux make it a viable option for today’s military embedded systems. But does your Linux make the grade?

Developing a prototype with Linux is one thing. Deploying, maintaining, and updating a system running on Linux is another thing all together. There are several conditions design teams need to meet to turn open source Linux into something that could be considered military grade.

Join Wind River experts to learn how open source Linux can be hardened and fortified to build military systems. In this webcast we will cover topics including:

  • Cybersecurity, OS hardening, and common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs)
  • Performance and latency
  • Software compliance and supply chain hygiene
  • Cloud native and DevOps
  • Long-term support and maintenance

Presented by:
  • Glenn Seiler
    Vice President – Linux Solutions, Wind River
  • Irby Thompson
    Chief Executive Officer, Star Lab, a Wind River Company

Register to watch on-demand