embedded world 2021 Conference Session - ACRN: Bridging Orchestrator and Hard Realtime Workload Consolidation
February 03, 2021
Nuremberg, Germany – On Monday, March 1st, 11:30am - 12pm CET, Intel’s Peter Fang will be presenting “ACRN: Bridging Orchestrator and Hard Realtime Workload Consolidation” at the first all-digital embedded world exhibition and conference.
Fang’s session will address how edge computing and smart factories are pushing the demand for the consolidation and orchestration of mixed and critical workloads.
Due to the IoT and industrial sector facing a wide range of challenges ranging from real-time to flexibility, ACRN, which was introduced in 2018, has evolved and builds momentum in the industry. ACRN has a lightweight architecture and focuses on real-time and functional safety usage. It’s highly adaptable and manages resources in isolation in a number of ways. This makes it ideal for
While complex, ACRN has added libvirt and EVE to its latest offering to facilitate deployments. In this session, Fang will will present how ACRN is bridging the orchestrator and real-time workload consolidation to satisfy the needs for IIoT scenarios.
To register, visit https://www.embedded-world.de/en/participants/reasons-for-participating.