Joachim Schlosser, Senior Manager, Elektrobit | LinkedIn
Kaloyan Rusev, Senior Expert, Software Architecture, Elektrobit | LinkedIn
Containers on Linux is a concept that allows a software integrator to isolate a runtime environment from the host operating system, often used to run software inside an enclosed environment.
In the automotive industry, where different companies provide parts of the final product, this concept helps to integrate third-party software without the risk of influencing or negatively impacting other components in the system. Software manufacturers implement and test their applications as a container inside their development environment and can hand over the container to system integrators without the risk of inconsistencies or unwanted side effects.
In this webinar, Elektrobit’s Joachim Schlosser and Kaloyan Rusev share their expertise on this topic.
Key topics and takeaways:
- Learn how to create a dedicated write space for applications, which can be encrypted and hosted on an extra storage device
- Discover resource control solutions for storage and network capabilities per application
- Find out how to isolate applications in software instead of single ECUs
- Discover what it means to have a fully immutable host OS