Working on Mini Operating Systems for Testing of Virtualization Stacks at Cyberus

Published by Philipp Schuster on

Usually, I do not just forward people to other blogs. But the other day, I published an interesting article on my company’s* tech blog about testing virtualization stacks using mini operating systems. Here’s the excerpt:

Testing and debugging erroneous behavior by a guest under a virtualization stack is hard and difficult. By leveraging multiple mini operating system kernels, we can investigate issues related to complicated topics, such as never delivered interrupts, with a precise focus on where to look at. For that, we created our internal Cyberus Guest Tests that we present in this blog post. (2024-04-21, 18:00 CEST)

Feel free to check it out! Personally, I think this topic absolutely cool, interesting, and important. Our Cyberus Guest tests are for sure a cool project. I’m very glad I can be a part of the project and currently maintain it.

You can also find the source code on GitHub.

* I’m a proud member of Cyberus Technology GmbH, based in Dresden, Germany.

Philipp Schuster

Hi, I'm Philipp and interested in Computer Science. I especially like low level development, making ugly things nice, and de-mystify "low level magic".


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