Xen has been very successful on servers, and yet there are substantial areas where Xen can evolve further. In this talk Jun will discuss a compelling area where the Xen technologies can be applied to -- Mobile virtualization. Using Android as an example, the talk will explore two types of usage models, 1) Android as a guest, 2) Android as the host, showing the benefits of using the Xen technologies.
Jun Nakajima, Principal Engineer, Open Source Technology Center, Intel Corporation
Jun Nakajima is a Principal Engineer leading virtualization projects for open source at the Intel Open Source Technology Center. He started working on Xen in 2004, and he is recognized as one of the key contributors to Xen. He has extensive background in processor architectures and over 20 years of experience with operating system internals. Prior to joining Intel in 2001, he worked on various projects in the industry such as AT&T/USL Unix System V Releases (SVR) such as the SVR4.2, and Chorus microkernel based fault-tolerant distributed SVR4.