DornerWorks Xen Project Hypervisor enables multi-OS interoperability without pushing size, weight, power consumption, or cost out of the realm of sustainability.
The distro includes everything you need to start up a target platform in minutes, plus tools to help you add your own features and applications.
DornerWorks Xen Project Hypervisor helps you develop and launch your products quickly, with low overhead.
DornerWorks Xen Project Hypervisor uses strict isolation and partitioning methods to keep your systems secure from open channels.
DornerWorks Xen Project Hypervisor is already providing innovators in aerospace and automotive industries with greater development flexibility.
An accelerated path to software security and isolation.
Get the most out of your embedded products.
Unlock security, stability, and real-time results.
DornerWorks has been developing virtualized products using type-1 hypervisors like open source Xen based Virtuosity® for years, and won a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract to explore its usage in aerospace and defense.
The AMD Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC enables some of the most sophisticated features of virtualization, and Virtuosity helps you make the most of this powerful processing solution.
As an AMD Adaptive Computing Partner, DornerWorks engineers are certified annually, and adept at implementing the latest tools, technologies and techniques.
Virtualization simplifies growth, making it possible to isolate functions so that a breach or failure in one is contained. Not even security vulnerabilities in the VM’s OS can compromise functions in another VM, providing defense in depth.
Virtualization allows for centralized monitoring and management external to the software functions being monitored. This can be used to detect and dynamically respond to breaches and faults, restarting faulted VMs or terminating a compromised VM before it is exploited.
A centralized monitoring function is useful in embedded applications that place a greater emphasis on up-time. The monitoring function can switch to a backup VM in case of a fault, to take over with minimal loss of service.