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Tuesday, April 5 • 4:20pm - 5:10pm
Linux Integrated System Analysis (LISA) & Friends - Patrick Bellasi, ARM Ltd

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Analyzing Linux kernel behaviour, understanding if it meets app developers' expectations, and having repeatable tests across different platforms is usually a daunting task. Sharing results and reproducing tests outside a team's boundary is even harder, where developers are usually left to come up with their own custom scripts for testing: no common language has been available.

In this talk, Patrick Bellasi will introduce the new Linux Integrated System Analysis framework (namely LISA) which can make distributed development & test easier, along with a demonstration of Trace Analysis and Profiling, written in python, (TRAPpy) using a web-browser. TRAPpy provides a customized graphical view of filtered & processed trace data, and is ideal for detailed debug scenarios.

These tools have been recently opensourced by ARM to improve Linux-based device testing and trace visualization.

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Patrick Bellasi

Senior Software Engineer, ARM Ltd
Patrick Bellasi is a Senior Software Engineer at ARM Ltd (Cambridge) working as a Linux scheduler specialist for the ARM big.LITTLE architecture, the HMP scheduler maintenance and customers support. He contributes also in the development of the Energy-Aware Scheduler (EAS) where he is mainly in charge of SchedTune, an extension to support energy-vs-performance tunings. Previously, Patrick has been a Post-Doc at Politecnico di Milano, working in... Read More →


Tuesday April 5, 2016 4:20pm - 5:10pm
Harbor Ballroom G

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