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At Auriga, we are devoted to developing our employees, and provide the training opportunities they need to reach their full potential. It is rewarding to see our colleagues share their expertise, lead and support the development of knowledgeable, skillful, and productive specialists. We offer a selection of publications by our experts in the field of embedded systems.
Embedded Systems Testing. Roman Ivliev
Roman Ivliev, Auriga Test Group Lead, has shared his expertise with the readers of the June issue of “World of Embedded Technology”, a supplement of “Computer Automation World”, a well-reputed Russian magazine on IT and automation that has been published since 1995. The article deals with the peculiarities of the embedded systems testing. Roman focuses and analyzes the features associated with the organization of the testing process, the complexity of hardware and software allocated to the project, the most common inherent problems and accepted solutions. As an illustration of using the medical embedded systems, Roman provides a description of testing project for a hospital computer network.
The full text of the article (in Russian) is available via link.
Virtual Machine: choice problem. Sergei Zimin
Virtualization has been a very popular theme for perhaps the last decade. In the last few years, it became a real buzzword and now covers not only servers and PCs, but even mobile devices. There are many different solutions on this market that cover virtually all aspects of virtualization, so the problem is only how to choose the most suitable one.
At the same time developers often face the tasks that have some not-quite-typical requirements, not covered fully by any of the existing solutions. The most reasonable approach is to take the “closest” of the available solution and refine it to match the requirements. But how can one choose it? What aspects are important and what are not? What one should keep in mind considering the basement?
Published in “World of Embedded Technology”, this article defines a project aimed at developing a virtual machine with not finalized requirements. It considers possible requirements deviations and provides several recommendations regarding choosing an open source solution to develop the system atop of.
The full text of the article (in Russian) is available here.