Embedded Virtualization Webcast Series

Publish Date: Dec 10, 2009 | 6 Ratings | 3.67 out of 5 | Print

Join National Instruments and Intel as they explore virtualization technology from the basic concept and business benefits to technical details and implementation examples. Register for this three-part webcast series and gain key information to make a business case for virtualization in your organization, select a software solution, and build your next virtualized system as quickly as possible.

Embedded Virtualization Webcast Series                                                          December 8–10, 2009

Making the Business Case and Choosing Software for Embedded Virtualization

Listen to Jim St. Leger of Intel Corp explain virtualization and how it helps engineers, scientists, and embedded designers do more with multicore hardware. Also learn how virtualization can be used to reduce costs, isolate operating systems, and provide real-time processing alongside general-purpose OS services.

Next, listen to Gerardo Garcia, group manager of industrial software marketing at National Instruments, explain important considerations for selecting virtualization software including I/O access, performance, and more.

View the Webcasts from Tuesday, December 8, 2009:                       

  Part 1: Making the Business Case for Embedded Virtualization

  Part 2: Choose Your Embedded Virtualization Software Wisely

Exploring How Intel Virtualization Technology (Intel-VT) Enables Virtualization

Learn about the basics of Intel Virtualization Technology (Intel-VT) and how it helps make virtualization possible. Walk through a step-by-step explanation of how and when hypervisor software is called with Amit Aneja of Intel Corp, and discover how Intel-VT helps maximize performance in virtualized systems.

View the Webcast from Wednesday, December 9, 2009:                

  Exploring How Intel Virtualization Technology (Intel VT) Enables Virtualization

Hands-On: Configuring and Using a Virtualized System

Listen to Casey Weltzin, product manager for virtualization at National Instruments, as he outlines the main steps that designers should expect when incorporating virtualization, including partitioning hardware resources, configuring interrupt assignments, booting into a hypervisor, and more. Watch several demos using NI Real-Time Hypervisor software to run a real-time OS and general-purpose OS side-by-side on the same computing hardware.

View the Webcast from Thursday, December 10, 2009:                   

  Hands-On: Configuring and Using a Virtualized System

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