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.
VLANS circa 1998 It’s amazing that a technology that is over 16 years old is still widely used today.