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Wednesday, September 15 • 14:35 - 15:00
Know your QEMU and KVM Test Frameworks - Thomas Huth, Red Hat

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QEMU and KVM are huge projects - and so there are of course also multiple test frameworks for the various parts of the project: KVM selftests, kvm-unit-tests, qemu qtests, iotests, avocado etc. For newcomers, but also for frequent contributors to the projects, it can be quite challenging to understand and pick the right framework for the topics they are working on. This talk will give a survey over the available testing frameworks, to help with the decision of which one should be chosen for which task, along with some simple examples for adding new tests.

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Thomas Huth

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
I'm working as a software engineer at Red Hat in the virtualization team, focusing on KVM / QEMU on the s390x platform. I'm involved in various testing efforts of the virtualization stack, like the gitlab-CI of QEMU, the qtest framework and the kvm-unit-tests. With regards to my previous... Read More →



Wednesday September 15, 2021 14:35 - 15:00 UTC
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