In order to stay ahead of the competition, telecom equipment manufacturers must deliver more features at a faster pace. Modern development methodologies make this possible, but they also place new demands on hardware availability. Automation, collaboration, and access to the hardware are more important than ever before—and simulation technology, along with modern OS development methodologies, helps development teams achieve these.
Join us for a close look at Wind River® Simics® and Wind River Linux and find out how developers can benefit from working with them.
- How Simics can be used to simulate a board for telecommunications products
- New methods for debugging applications in a sandbox environment
- How Simics can simulate entire networks of boards, allowing for new inspection capabilities
- How to build an image in Wind River Linux containing exactly what you want; nothing less, nothing more
Wind River Simics Basics
April 16, 2020, 2 p.m. CET
Learn how Simics can be used to simulate a board for networking products. Concepts such as scripting, checkpointing, examining states, booting the OS, and running applications will be described.
Wind River Simics Debugging
April 23, 2020, 2 p.m. CET
Simulation tools can not only be used as a replacement for hardware, they can also bring extra value by giving developers new methods for debugging applications in a sandbox environment. In this session we will discuss how to debug applications running in Linux and how to connect debuggers or use built-in debugging tools.
Wind River Simics Networking
April 30, 2020, 2 p.m. CET
Simics is a full system simulator, simulating not only CPUs and devices but boards and entire networks of boards, all simulated in the same context. This allows for new inspection capabilities where the entire system can be halted, network packages can be analyzed, and fault packages can be injected. In this session, find out how modern development methodologies can deliver new networking capabilities.
Wind River Linux Container Images
May 7, 2020, 2 p.m. CET
The Yocto Project is an open source Linux distribution builder, which makes it possible to build images that contain exactly what the user wants; nothing less, nothing more. Wind River Linux is based on the Yocto Project and provides support, long term maintenance, and other features required for Linux in production systems. In this session we will look at how to build a container image in Wind River Linux.
Wind River Linux Security
May 14, 2020, 2 p.m. CET
Wind River Linux comes with a set of security features which can be enabled by the user. In this session we will go through some of these settings and how it makes your platform more secure.