The KDBUS is the low-level, native kernel D-Bus transport and actively developing now. We are trying to replace legacy D-Bus with KDBUS for Tizen 3.0 and its products. We have faced lot of challenges such as compatibility, security, performance, and others. In this presentation,
we share our experience, the current states, the plan, and the benchmark result. We look forward to replacing legacy D-Bus with KDBUS for Linux devices, providing better performance transparently.
Hyungjun Choi is a software engineer of Software Center in Samsung. He's interest in D-Bus and performance analysis. He's focusing on KDBUS and its products now. He is trying to replace legacy D-Bus with KDBUS.
Karol Lewandowski works for Samsung on platform development & integration-related issues. His previous work involved embedded systems, kernel adaptation, build systems and init systems. Karol looks forward to bringing Linux-based devices to the hands of users.
Friday March 28, 2014 2:00pm - 2:50pm
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