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Friday, June 16 • 5:15pm - 5:50pm
Confidential Computing, from host to workload

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Confidential Computing is a set of technologies, such as memory encryption, enabling virtual machine that protect data in use. It is relatively complicated to setup.

In this walkthrough, we will start with a machine straight out of the box, and see what steps are required to be able to run containerized workloads that benefit from confidential computing. This talk will cover the following aspects:

1. Setting up a machine to run workloads on (e.g. on-premise vs. in the cloud)
2. Possible architectures to run workloads (confidential containers, VMs, clusters and workloads)
3. Preparing the workload (encrypting images, host vs. tenant security realms)
4. Running the workload (attestations, virtual TPM, other security considerations)

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Christophe de Dinechin

Senior Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Working on Kata Containers and OpenShift sandboxed containers Areas of interest: programming languages (XL), interactive 3D graphics and stereoscopy (Tao3D), physics research (theory of incomplete measurements) More info on http://c3d.github.io

Friday June 16, 2023 5:15pm - 5:50pm CEST
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