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Tuesday, October 27 • 12:00 - 12:50
Advanced Systemd for the Embedded Use-Case - Jeremy Rosen, Smile

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When discussing systemd for embedded system, the discussion is usually limited to two aspects: * systemd boots faster * systemd is big. Though both points are valid, systemd brings much more to the table than an alternate method of booting and provides invaluable tools for the specific problems that embedded systems commonly face. This talk will list various features of systemd that deserve to be better known and that can greatly help embedded system development. Especially in the domains of security, reliability and reusability. Knowing the tools that systemd provide can greatly help the embedded engineer solve common integration problems and this talk's aim is to help embedded engineers know the tools that are available and the problems that have already been solved for them.

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Jeremy Rosen

Expertise Manager, Smile
Jérémy Rosen has been involved in various ways in the open-source world for more than 20 years, in various projects including Battle for Wesnoth and Darktable. Since 2012, Jeremy works for Smile embedded and connected system (previously known as OpenWide), one of the leading company... Read More →

Tuesday October 27, 2020 12:00 - 12:50 GMT
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