Max Out Your Multi-core Performance with Wind River VxWorks

Aired Live: On- Demand October 02, 2012

The potential of multi-core platforms to deliver increased performance with less power consumption can only be fully realized with careful architecture decisions. You need to understand your platform requirements regarding performance, robustness, and security to successfully choose and configure your operating environment so you can fully leverage the power of multiple cores. In this valuable technical web seminar, Wind River will navigate common multi-core architecture landmines and clear up some current myths perpetuated in the industry. We will provide detailed scenario assessment, technology options, and sound advice to help you get the most out of your multi-core platform.

What You Will Learn
  • Configuration options using combinations of symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) and asymmetric multiprocessing (AMP) to accomplish high-performance load balancing, redundancy, and isolation
  • How to avoid the “thrashing scheduler” syndrome that levels off your performance gains when you try to use more than eight cores with a single scheduler
  • Whether you need a hypervisor layer to achieve your multi-OS and isolation requirements or whether a single real-time operating system with advanced multi-core support would better satisfy your platform size, weight, and power constraints
  • Hardware isolation capabilities that can be leveraged to optimize multi-core benefits
  • Viable options to implement multiple levels of security across multi-core architectures

    Felix Baum, Product Manager VxWorks Platforms, Wind River

    Curt Schwaderer, Technology Editor - OpenSystems Media
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