First look: Real-time Virtualization on ARMv8-R architecture webinar

On November 9 I’ll be presenting a live webinar at 9am and 5pm (GMT) on real-time virtualization.  I wanted to share a couple of slides to give you a preview of some of the technical training I’ll be covering in the webinar.

The webinar is mainly for engineers and systems designers in the automotive sector who are designing real-time virtualization systems using the ARMv8-R architecture, as implemented in the Cortex-R52 processor.

In the webinar I’ll talk about the new EL2 privilege level. It enables supervising software to enforce separation.  It also manages virtualized interrupts in a real-time system, making sure they get to the right piece of software in a timely and predictable way.


I’ll show you how the second stage of MPU protection can isolate and protect memory not just at a thread level but between virtualized operating systems, and also how it can be used to enforce memory separation between multiple RTOSs to increase safety and security.


The webinar will last an hour, but if you want to get a deeper understanding, come to the four-hour public virtual classroom training course on ARMv8-R virtualization on December 1, 2016.

In the meantime, feel free to ask me questions through the comments below and I will answer it on the webinar.

Register here

November 9, 2016

09:00 and 17:00 (GMT)

Can’t make the live webinar? Register on the link above, and we’ll send you the recording later.