Virtualization Techniques (IN2125) (Lecture)
|Language of instruction||English|
This lecture will be held in English.
Email Lecturer: Josef Weidendorfer
Time: Every Wednesday, 14:00 - 16:30 (15 min break in the middle).
The lecture will be given as online Zoom meeting. The link will be distributed to participants via EMail. (We may move to presence with live streaming using FMI 00.13.009A. For presence, you need to have the written Ok from the lecturer to be allowed to enter the room.)
First lecture: Wednesday, November 4, 2020. Last lecture: February 3, 2021.
The written exam will take place at March 1, 2021. Time: 11:00.
NEW (9.2.21): We will do an online exam using Artemis. All registered students will be sent an email with directions, including a test exam a week before to check the tech.
Old original text (just for reference, now invalid) : Current plan is presence exam in room PH 2501 (physics building). Please be there 15 minutes before. Duration: 75 minutes. An example exam from WS10/11 can be found here (exam will be 75 minutes not 60 minutes as this one from WS10/11).
During the semester, instead of the lecture, there will be 3 labs spanning the timeframe of one lecture each, with date announced in advance. Topics for the labs are getting insights into the working of a process VM, Java JVM, and a system VM.
|Date||Topic||Comments / Material|
|Nov 4||Organization||Slides Organization, Slides Intro |
Recording (partial), Whiteboard with VM products
|Nov 11||Introduction||Slides ISA Emulation, Homework 1, Recording|
|Nov 18||Introduction (2)||Recording|
|Nov 25||ISA Emulation||Homework 2, Generator for Homework 2, Reconrding, |
NEW (9.2.21): Example solution for Homework 2
|Dec 2||ISA Emulation (2)||Recording (without discussion of Homework 2 subtask 1)|
|Dec 9||Lab 1: Valgrind||Task Sheet, IISWC-2006 Tutorial Slides, |
Valgrind 3.16.1 sources, Observer tool skeleton patch, Solution
|Dec 16||ISA-Emulation (3)||Solution Homework 2 Tasks 1+2, Recording|
|Jan 13||ProcessVMs (1)||Slides ProcessVMs, Recording|
|Jan 20||ProcessVMs (2), HLL-VMs||Slides HLL-VMs, Recording|
|Jan 27||HLL-VMs (2), System-VMs (1)||Slides System-VMs, Recording|
|Feb 3||System-VMs (2)||Recording - This marks the end of content for the exam|
|Feb 10||SystemVM Lab / Exam Q & A||Lab task sheet, LGuest paper, |
Recording last slides of System-VMs (not relevant for exam)
|Mar 1||Exam||Probably online (see above)|
Should be 15-20 min. Topics can be motivation/techniques/benchmarks of existing VM implementations, for example (also propose your own!): related to Process-VMs: QEmu, Rosetta, related to OS-level virtualisation: Docker, Singularity. Related to HLL-VM: platform (bytecode) used in Python, .NET related to System-VMs: Xen, KVM
- Dec 16, 2020: Docker
- Jan 13, 2021: Python Byte Code, Rosetta (2)