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OpenBMC introduction and porting guide


    ​​OpenBMC is an Open Source Software project started in an effort to create a secure, scalable, open source firmware code for BMC. Apart from the usual benefits arising from Open Source nature, OpenBMC brings in additional advantages like a.) state-of-the-art build system based on Yocto - an embedded linux distribution - which simplifies the process of building customized Linux, b.) Robust Managebility framework based on (4 pillars - REST, JSON, HTTPS, ODATAv4) RedFish, c.) Superior Modularity with D-bus IPC mechanism which is known for its well defined interfaces, d.) Ability to customize the code, e.) Support for IPMI, etc.

Porting OpenBMC to new platforms becomes easy with easily customizable JSON files representing the platforms entities like sensors, PSU, etc.  In this video, I will show you OpenBMC introduction, key features and a demo of OpenBMC porting to new platform.  This can help any one having little or no experience in OpenBMC to easily port it to new platforms in quick time.

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Jakub Łęcki

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