Vancouver, BC
May 21-24, 2018

Event Details


Enabling Security for OpenStack Guests - TPM Support for VMs at the Edge

OpenStack's Virtualized Guests require the same security features as
their physical counterparts. Intel's Trusted Execution Technology (TXT)
along with a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) provides a security anchor
for physical hosts by taking secure measurements of software and platform
components, securing boot and interface keys, as well as securing passwords.
In this session, we discuss and demo a secure approach at leveraging the
software-based virtual TPM, in an OpenStack environment, to provide the same
security capabilities to the much more dynamic cloud environment.


What can I expect to learn?

Benefits of trusted platform modules and the application to virtual machines

How to protect secrets within a private cloud at the edge

 

Tuesday, May 22, 11:00am-11:10am
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Wind River
  Ian has experience in Telecom, Industrial verticals and has been contributing to Openstack since 2013.  He is most active these days in defining solutions that take cloud technologies and compute resources to the Edge.  Ian is a committer on the OPNFV high availability project, contributor to Akraino and a member of the StarlingX Technical Steering Committee.... FULL PROFILE
Wind River Systems
Kam is a senior developer with extensive security experience focused on OpenStack Keystone and adjacent open source projects primarily in the Platform and Guest security space. Kam is presently working as Lead Developer in Platform Security at Wind River, mostly around private, on-premise clouds. Kam has been working with Openstack since 2015; fell in love with the ecosystem and hasn't looked... FULL PROFILE