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Saturday, June 17 • 4:15pm - 4:50pm
How to Qualify a Safe Linux Distribution in Cars

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The Red Hat In-Vehicle Operating System (RHIVOS) is an OSTree variant of RHEL with increased safety measures required for Functional Safety Certification. The V&V strategy incorporates various techniques from ISO26262 which complement existing processes today in RHEL. By using Polarion for Requirements and Test assets management, our work items are bi-directionally traceable and version controlled with unique IDs that remain unchanged throughout the life cycle of the product. Our unique approach for Manpage derived requirements testing aligns with how a particular part of the operating system should behave. Using both automated workflows and leveraging existing tests from RHEL will help us scale across all APIs in the safety scope. The existing tooling and CoU (Conditions of Use) will allow us to identify any gaps in test coverage to understand where we should focus new test development efforts. Please join us to find out how we are ensuring our offering is safe to run in the car !

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Rachel Sibley

Senior Principal Software Quality Engineer, Red Hat
Currently leading the testing efforts for the Red Hat In-Vehicle Operating System, previously CKI (Continuous Kernel Integration)
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Priyanka Verma

Senior Software Quality Engineer, Red Hat

Saturday June 17, 2023 4:15pm - 4:50pm CEST
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