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m.paolino updates after discussion during eg-virt meeting
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-Regular meetings are scheduled on Wednesdays at 4 PM CEST (bi-weekly). To join the discussion, please use the following link:+Regular meetings are scheduled on Wednesdays at 14:00 UTC (bi-weekly). To join the discussion, please use the following link: 
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 +Join Zoom Meeting 
 +https://​zoom.us/​j/​855006400 
  
-https://​global.gotomeeting.com/​join/​728365005 
  
  
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 The discussions of this EG will be done through the public AGL mailing list.  The discussions of this EG will be done through the public AGL mailing list. 
  
-====== ​ALS2017 virtualization related presentations ​======+====== ​Hypervisor and eCockpit requirements ​====== 
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 +Virtualization in the AGL Requirements:​ Eric Shufro, Satpreet Singh (Panasonic),​ LaurentC, Mark Silberger (VW)
  
-This section lists the EG-VIRT and virtualization related presentation to be held in Tokyo for ALS2017: +1. Vision 
-  [[https://​als2017.sched.com/​event/​AF0V/​how-to-introduce-virtualization-in-agl-objectives-plans-and-targets-for-agl-eg-virt-michele-paolino-virtual-open-systems|How to Introduce Virtualization in AGL? ObjectivesPlans and Targets for AGL EG-VIRT]] - Michele Paolinoslides available here: [[http://​events.linuxfoundation.org/​sites/​events/​files/​slides/​vosys_EG-VIRT_ALS17_2017_6_1_public_0.pdf]] +    * Have an opensource project supporting a e-cockpit out of the box solution. 
-  * [[https://​als2017.sched.com/​event/​AF0M/​an-opensource-low-level-hypervisor-for-agl-dominig-ar-foll-intel-open-source|An OpenSource Low Level Hypervisor for AGL]] - Dominig ar Foll+    * Support IVI (android/AGL)cluster (AGL)Telematics (Connectivity),​ safe RTOS (AutoSAR, RTOS)
  
-====== Known efforts ​for automotive virtualization ======+2. Hypervisor 
 +    * ability to virtualize GPU, IOs, networking, CPU and run different virtual machines. 
 +    * Support memory separation ​for each guest 
 +    * Support physical suspend to RAM. 
 +    * Inter VM communication (Shared memory, network, character) 
 +    * Meet ASIL Safety requirements 
 +    * OPTEE should be available for all the guests 
 +    * Boot time overhead introduced by the hypervisor should be much less than 25%
  
-Currently available hardware platforms enable the implementation of different types of virtualizationThis section gathers a list of example efforts in the direction ​of AGL virtualizationIf you are working on a similar project and you want the AGL community ​to be aware of itadd  the related information here below.+3System Behavior 
 +    * Power management ​of vehicle micro and main micro 
 +    * Co-ordinate startup and shutdown ​of all VMs. 
 +    * Support early boot using suspend ​to ram or suspend to disk or other techniques 
 +    * Interprocessor communication (bootmicro and mainmicro for different systems (IVIcluster) including safety considerations.
  
-  ​ALS 2016 PoC: AGL, FreeRTOS ​and Ubuntu running on the RCar H3 ([[http://​www.virtualopensystems.com/​en/​solutions/​demos/​vosysmonitor-als2016|link]]- Virtual Open Systems +4. Goals 
-  Description - company+    ​* Create standard interfaces for inter VM communication. 
 +    * Create vehicle power moding strategy ​and interfaces to VM. 
 +    * Create a system block architecture with recommended separation of concerns. 
 +    * Standard way of sharing hardware (Virtiois very important for fast prototyping and portability 
 +    * Standard way of software update including peripheral devices and delta update.
  
  
 +5. HW target
 +    * The new raspberry Pi can be a nice target
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