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Wednesday, September 15 • 15:35 - 16:00
HCK-CI: Enabling CI for Windows Guest Paravirtualized Drivers - Kostiantyn Kostiuk, Daynix Computing LTD

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In order to be able to accept contributions from different developers to virtio-win (http://github.com/virtio-win/kvm-guest-drivers-windows/) project, there is a need to ensure that those contributions are not breaking the ability to certify the virtio-win drivers by different members of the ecosystem. As a result, the HCK-CI test framework was created in order to enable CI for all the types of virtio-win drivers on a wide range of Windows OS versions. The framework automates setup creation (VM and network orchestration), uses HLK\HCK tools kits API in order to run Microsoft WHQL certification tests, and publishes the results in human-readable form. During the presentation, Konstantin will review the history of the project, explain the architecture of HCK-CI, demonstrate how you can deploy it in your development setup, and talk about the future of the project.

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Kostiantyn Kostiuk

Software engineer, Daynix Computing LTD
Kostiantyn is a SW engineer at Daynix. For the last several years he is working on security-based virtualization focusing on QEMUKVM related projects. Kostiantyn is lately involved in introducing CI capabilities for paravirtualized drivers based on the HCK-CI project: https://github.com/hck-ci... Read More →

Wednesday September 15, 2021 15:35 - 16:00 UTC
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