Earlier this year, I presented at the Linux Security Summit on how we’ve implemented secure memory encryption within our AMD EPYC edge machines.
New blog post on some of the hardware security features my team has been working on regarding moving trust anchors to silicon.
I recently had the privilege of interviewing Ray Espinoza of cobalt.
I hate having to rebuild stuff. I’ve rebuilt this blog a total of 4 times, with 3 of those time related to bad application/server updates.
I presented last week with my co-worker Brian at the Linux Security Summit on Securing Memory at Scale.
My co-presentation from Google Next ‘19 on Migrating DDOS Controls to Google Cloud:
With the recent rise of microservices, there has been a lot of documentation on Kubernetes and how to build it on various cloud platforms (AWS, GCE, etc).
First, my apologies for not updating in a while. For those who follow my Github site you’ll see that I have been updating that more frequently than my blog.
Before I begin, for those unfamiliar with Open vSwitch, please check out my friend David Mahler’s YouTube page for comprehensive introductory videos.
It’s been a while since I last posted due to work and life in general.