Linux for Military Systems: From Open Source Innovation to Mission-Critical Performance

Linux for Military Systems: From Open Source Innovation to Mission-Critical Performance

 

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Duration 1h 0min
Speakers
Chip Downing
Senior Director, Business Development
Wind River
Chip Downing
20+ year veteran of multiple Silicon Valley startups, focusing on selling operating systems, embedded systems, system design, real-time operating systems (RTOS), Internet-of-Things (IoT), aerospace, defense, safety-critical and security-sensitive systems. Also high reliability, high availability and high assurance systems, including FAA RTCA DO-178B/C and EUROCAE ED-12B/C certifications, IEC 61508 certifications, and Common Criteria security / high assurance evaluations.
Currently Chairs the Future Airborne Capabilities Environment (FACE) Consortium Outreach committee, managing the expansion and use of the FACE common operating environment (COE) standard to other companies, services, agencies, and programs.
Davide Ricci
Director, Product Management, Open Source Platform Marketing
Wind River
Davide Ricci
Davide has a strong technical and business background built in over 10+ years of experience in open source software for devices and the IoT industry. He currently runs the Open Source Platforms Product Management team, leading a globally distributed international product management and engineering team through product definition, product vision, product direction, and execution. He is a big believer that great open source technology sparks innovation, and that technology must always foster the right ecosystem in order to drive industry success.
Kamal Desai
Sr. Product Manager, Open Source Platforms
Wind River
Kamal Desai
Kamal holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering and is currently a Sr. Product Manager in the Open Source Platforms Marketing group at Wind River. With over 16 years of experience in the embedded and real-time computing industry, Kamal often gives technical presentations and workshops about IoT enabling platforms, demonstrating new approaches for cloud-based development and management that provide far greater flexibility for how organizations can build and run IoT infrastructure. His focus over the past few years has been the use of Linux in embedded applications and their deployment in the Internet of Things.

Pressured by stringent profitability and interoperability challenges, aerospace and defense contractors are turning to open source as a good alternative to their in-house technologies. Although adopting an open source solution can foster innovation, it also means altering how products are developed, especially without sacrificing performance and security. 
 
In this web seminar we will discuss how you can leverage a fully supported binary Linux distribution built with the most recent open source components to bring new features and capabilities to your projects.
 
Join to learn how to:

  • Access a commercially supported binary Linux distribution that gives you full source code traceability for quality, security, and IP legal assurance
  • Leverage a powerful update mechanism that allows you to keep your distribution up to date with the latest Linux security patches at the run of a single command line
  • Adhere to an approved Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG), OpenSCAP and ISO 9001 for quality and system configuration requirements
  • Scale your distribution for real-time IT/OT gateways by insertion into IT virtualization platforms (like VMware and KVM) or for sensitive IT/OT gateways by insertion into safety and security platforms (like the industry-leading VxWorks® 653 robustly partitioned platforms)
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