Since the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server for ARM Development Preview 7.3 became available I’ve been wanting to try it out to see how the existing code for x86_64 systems works on the 64-bit ARM architecture (a.k.a. aarch64).
Going in, I was a bit apprehensive that some kind of heavy lifting would be needed to get things working on the ARM platform. My experience with cross-architecture ports with other distros (before I joined Red Hat) indicated
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If you have ever wanted to learn about Red Hat’s involvement in the ARM server ecosystem, and are in the San Francisco Bay Area, this week may be a perfect opportunity. Red Hat will be exhibiting at ARM TechCon, ARM Holdings’ premier yearly show at the Santa Clara Convention center. Attendees will be presented with a variety of great technical sessions and training topics, along with expert keynotes, solutions-based Expo Theater sessions and an expo floor filled with new and emerging technologies for the datacenter. Note that the expo floor can be accessed with the free
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Interested in learning more about how Red Hat and our partners are approaching the emerging ARM technologies market? Join us this week at ARM TechCon 2015 in Santa Clara, California, to see our solutions in action!
Red Hat will be demoing the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server for ARM Development Preview, both as a standalone solution and as a foundation for an ARM-based big data solution with Apache Spark. We’ll also be showing both static and live demonstrations of our partners’ hardware in booth (#839) at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
In addition, Red Hat’s Chief ARM Architect, Jon Masters, will present
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