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System seminars - April 1st 2003 - INRIA

The next "Grenoble Distributed Systems and Data Management Seminar" (http://sardes.inrialpes.fr/~cecchet/seminar/) will be held on Tuesday 1st April 2003 at INRIA Rhône-Alpes.

Warning! There will be 2 talks the same day.
At 10.00am, we have a talk on the C5 (Chorus) micro-kernel and discuss possible usage for teaching and collaborations with ObjectWeb. Everybody is welcome to join the discussions.
At 2.00pm, the talk will be about Jaluna-2 (see below) followed by discussions until 5pm.

Thanks for broadcasting this announcement to your community.

Ivan Boule
10.00am: The Jaluna-1 real-time system
14.00pm: Jaluna-2: Enabling Real-Time, Availability and Security in Linux Environments
1 april 2003 at 10.00am and 14.00pm
INRIA amphitheater
10.00am talk:
The Jaluna-1 system is derived from the last Chorus release, ChorusOS 5.0, which has been made available in Open Source by Sun Microsystems.
Jaluna-1 is a Royalty Free and Open Source real-time system which is currently available on Intel, Sparc and PowerPC architectures.
Jaluna-1 has the following characteristics:
- Host/target environment for application cross-development, application loading and debug. Both Solaris and Linux hosts are supported.
- Chorus-based micro-kernel architecture,
- Unix BSD4.1 compatible,
- Device Driver Framework and Interface,
- Real-time features such as fine-grain locking, real-time schedulers, deterministic zero-copy mailbox service,
- Full support of highly distributed applications with the Chorus location-transparent IPC including an "exactly-once" RPC service,
- Support for High-Availability features,
- Highly configurable.
See also the Jaluna-1 product documentation at: http://www.jaluna.com/proserv/jaluna1/ds-jaluna1.pdf

14.00pm talk:
Jaluna-2 integrates a full Linux system and the real-time C5 micro-kernel into an innovative architecture which allows to simultaneously run the two OS's in a mutually protected way on the same hardware.
The C5 real-time micro-kernel includes real-time schedulers and synchronization services, a deterministic zero-copy mailbox feature and a real-time UDP/IP protocol stack.
The Jaluna-2 architecture naturally brings High Availability foundations to Linux. High availability extensions include Linux failure detection and fast recovery while critical services are still running.
Jaluna-2 comes with a Host-target integrated development environment allowing cross development, build and installation on a target platform.

Emmanuel Cecchet
Research Scientist, INRIA Rhône-Alpes
SARDES Project (http://sardes.inrialpes.fr)
phone : +33 (0)4 76 61 52 48 (GMT+1)
fax   : +33 (0)4 76 61 52 52
email : Emmanuel.Cecchet@xxxxxxxxxxxx

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