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SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for Arm is a Linux product and partner ecosystem around native AArch64. We will explore how it is being built and QAed, what bootloader requirements this entails, as well as how such a natively built product has been able to cover markets ranging from Edge Computing to High-Performance Computing.
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Keynote Room (World Ballroom BC)
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2019-04-03 15:55:00
2019-04-03 15:30:00
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Andreas has been with SUSE since 2011, working on KVM virtualization as an engineer and regularly speaking at KVM Forum. He has been behind the openSUSE arm port since its restart in 2011, making Linux and openSUSE run on various boards and devices. Since 2017 he is the Project Manager for the arm64 architecture at SUSE Labs. On the side he has become the kernel maintainer for Realtek and Actions Semiconductor arm SoCs.
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Nuremberg, Germany
Andreas Färber
Project Manager arm64
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Arm on Arm
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Open Source Development
BKK19-307 - SUSE Linux from A to Z: Arm from big to LITTLE
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