ICALEPCS 21 : Linux Distribution and Ecosystem Evolution in Control Systems Workshop

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82271868721?pwd=VzdsRjgwYVBIcXQ3UktkUHJTUzVFUT09 (Zoom)



Thomas Oulevey (CERN)

The Linux distribution landscape keeps evolving and new technologies emerging. It's a good time to discuss new concepts for operating system deployment and distribution of in-house software.

From Workstation and Servers to Embedded Systems, this workshop aims at gathering participants to present their use-cases and have an open discussion on operating system life cycle and associated challenges.

One key point is also to review the status of emerging architectures such as aarch64, ppc64le, RISCV and see how it may impact future choices.

    • 1
    • CentOS at CERN and Fermilab

      An update from CERN / Fermilab on the future of CentOS in Science with the recent changes made by Red Hat

      • 2
        An update on CentOS 8 EoL and CentOS Stream
        Speaker: Ben Morrice (CERN)
      • 3
        Discussion with CentOS Board members
      • 4
        Q & A around CentOS in controls
    • Linux distributions in Controls
      • 5
        Front-End Computer Operating System Renovation
        Speaker: Federico Vaga (CERN)
      • 6
        Linux ecosystem in Controls, what's next ?

        What new architecture are you looking at ?
        What hardware drives your need ?
        How containerization impacts controls ?
        The floor is yours !

    • Coffee break
    • What's new in the Linux distribution ecosystem
    • 8

      A quick wrap-up and how we can keep contact with interested participants in the future.
      How can we build a Linux distribution interest group ?