Join Canonical for a hands-on workshop on edge computing, a session with Ampere Computing on Android in the cloud, and visit our virtual booth for insight into IoT solutions!
Canonical’s sessions at ARM Dev Summit
Optimizing Canonical’s Anbox Android in the Cloud for Maximum Scalability on Ampere® Altra®
Canonical’s Anbox Cloud is an industry-leading Android in the cloud solution. Canonical and Ampere have optimized Anbox Cloud for performance and scalability to run extremely efficiently on Ampere® Altra® platforms. Altra processors enable unprecedented density of native aarch64 Android instances bringing economies of scale to a variety use cases. Join us to learn the optimizations built into Anbox Cloud to maximize CPU, GPU, and video encoding performance on Ampere® Altra®.
John J. O’Neill, Ph.D., Principal Software Engineer, Ampere Computing
Simon Fels, Engineering Manager, Canonical
Workshop: Arm, Ubuntu, K8s: Build your own cloud for edge computing
Building micro clouds or edge clouds has vast potential. The edge is where the real world happens. Edge clusters bring your technologies to the consumer for more privacy and less latency. So, where to begin? With Arm, duh, but what about after that?
This workshop gets you started. For beginners, with install, set-up and config of an Ubuntu K8s cluster. And experts, talking DevOps, AI use cases, and inferences at the edge, on something as simple and accessible as a Raspberry Pi or a Jetson Nano.
Speaker: Valentin Viennot, Product Manager, Canonical
About ARM Dev Summit 2021
Engineers, developers, and tech enthusiasts: Arm DevSummit 2021 is coming to your screens October 19-21. This three-day virtual conference serves up insights into the latest technology trends, gives you an opportunity to up-level your skills in technical sessions and hands-on workshops, and offers the chance to network with like-minded software developers and hardware designers.