Android OS: Google DVM and Virtual machines

Published in LinuxForYou, Jun 2011

Abstract

With the outburst of heterogeneous systems, the need for a scalable software system is very much required without compromising the cost of development and maintenance of the software. Virtual machine (VM) provides abstraction from the heterogeneity and presents a low cost and scalable software development environment. VM based modern programming languages like Java is the speaking example of this.

 In this article, we will try to understand the fundamental concepts of a VM by taking the example of Dalvik VM – one of the critical components of Google’s Android Operating System software stack.

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