June 21-24, 2022
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Thursday, June 23 • 11:10am - 11:50am
OSFCI - Extensible Open-source CI for Firmware with Real Hardware Execution - Arun Darlie Koshy & Jean-Marie Verdun, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)

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In a post pandemic world, enabling efficient remote work has become a strong requirement. Firmware engineering workflows are difficult in a fully virtual environment. OSFCI aims to address this need by offering an edge working environment to firmware engineers with default support for open communities like OpenBMC, LinuxBoot etc. We built one of the world’s first fully open-source continuous integration platform for open-source firmware. The evolution is from some early iterations circa 2018 - coverage at that time was for LinuxBoot on very limited hardware. We now offer a web-service with a fully featured API. At a high level, we have: - a microservices based architecture implemented in Golang designed for scale - multi-node deployment that includes API / web gateway, controllers, compilers etc. - full execution on real hardware with rapid firmware swap-testing workflow - support for cutting edge industry test-frameworks - a free public instance based on cutting edge server platforms available to all This project is now part of Open Compute Platform (OCP). We welcome new users and contributors to the effort. We have easy playbooks for development and deployment.

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Jean-Marie Verdun

Distinguished Technologist Open Platform, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
I am thrilled by computers. I spent a lot of time designing them at architectural and hardware level, and participated to crazy projects, including building up the biggest european super computer in the late 90's. I love to share my knowledge. I am particularly focused on open technologies... Read More →
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Arun Darlie Koshy

Senior Engineer, Advanced Development, HPE
Arun Darlie Koshy is a senior engineer on HPE's Advanced Technology Team. The team is currently working on providing open firmware solutions on HPE's server lines and broader open-source innovation. Prior to this, Arun helped build products that secure some of the world's largest... Read More →

Thursday June 23, 2022 11:10am - 11:50am CDT
Room 201/202 (Level 2)