Re: Benchmarking of Real-Time Operating Systems for Internet of Things Devices

Vicente Amorim <vjpamorim@...>

Hi Julien,

   We've recently published a set of papers considering the evaluation of OS for wearable computing.  It might be worth checking some of them, once some wearable solutions are pretty similar to the IoT environment. 

Please, let me know in private if you are unable to access any of these files.

Best regards, 

Vicente J.P. Amorim

On Mon, Oct 1, 2018 at 12:43 PM Julien Gomez <julien.gomez@...> wrote:

Hello Zephyr community !

We are two students of the Université catholique de Louvain from Belgium and we work on our master thesis. The thesis is called "Benchmarking of Real-Time Operating Systems for Internet of Things Devices" and is about comparing the different implementations of open-source RTOS's currently available on the market.

In broad outline, we are planning to analyze the scheduling, switching context, memory management and/or any relevant metric dependant of the operating system.

Another goal is to compare networking performances or implementations of the various stacks available. We have currently no concrete planning for this part.

This project will be open source (because we <3 the open source).

Here are some questions we have for you:
- "What would you like to see in this benchmarking project?";
- "What RTOS should we benchmark?";
- "What metric should we consider?".

We'd love to hear your recommandations or any help you can provide us with.

Also if you are interested about how the project will evolve, we'll be glad to update you on our progress.

If the project gain lot of interests, we will probably create a communication channel like Slack or Gitter.

Julien Gomez and Trong-Vu Tran

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