Virtual Open Systems
Domain of Research: Virtualization, Networking, SDN/NFV, Automotive, safety critical systems>
Mr. Michele Paolino, senior virtualization architect at Virtual Open Systems, holds a Master degree in Computer Engineering from the Alma Ma- ter Studiorum University of Bologna with a thesis about virtualization solutions for linux-based heterogeneous SoCs and programmable many core accelerators. He actively participated to different and H2020 European projects, such as SAVE, TRESCCA, and SESAME. His experience includes OpenStack development and Continuous Integration (CI), security, HSM, Linux kernel drivers, KVM hypervisor, QEMU programming, libvirt, GPGPU, API remoting, and TrustZone. He filed 3 patents at the European Patent Office related to re- spectively to HW accelerators virtualization for NFV and Accelerated compute node coexistence with secure services. He contributed to the OPNFV architecture definition and is actively involved in the specification of Nomad, the OpenStack component he presented at the OpenStack Community during the Austin OpenStack Summit 2016.