Vancouver, BC
May 21-24, 2018

Event Details

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OpenStack Data Jurisdiction Compliance in Hybrid-Clouds

The complex hybrid-cloud computing eco-system has significant challenges pertaining to data jurisdiction compliance across regions.  

Steven will share the conceptual models of ISO/IEC, in conjunction with an OpenStack edition development of IntOS by ComputingStack, to clarify data jurisdiction considerations, and create a mapping to today’s OpenStack implementations of Cinder, Glance, Swift and Nova. These can be used as a foundation to help describe the requirements for Cinder and Swift storage, process and in-transit concerning Nova and identify the opportunity to improve. This helps reduce rework, providing transparency and security pertaining to the data that is being acted upon in what jurisdictions. 


What can I expect to learn?

Become better prepared for data jurisdiction requirements such as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and architecting solutions that comply with regional regulations and policies.   Gain exposure from the open discussions and how to deploy OpenStack solutions that satisfy data jurisdiction requirements. 

Thursday, May 24, 11:00am-11:40am (6:00pm - 6:40pm UTC)
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
CEO and Founder Cloud Perspectives and Cloud Security Alliance Canadian Chapter Director
Steven Woodward is an international industry driver and thought leader in business architectures, cloud computing planning, roadmaps and governance. Steven provides value-focused, advisory, analysis, audit, development and test services for providers and consumers of ICT services to manage risks and save money. In 2018 Steven is member of NIST-IEEE P2302 Cloud Federation working group, ISO... FULL PROFILE