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Tuesday, October 22 • 5:00pm - 5:30pm
Trusted Compute Pools Feature in oVirt - Gang Wei, Intel Open Source Technology

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The Trusted Compute Pools (TCP) feature in oVirt provides a way for administrators to deploy VMs on trusted hosts, which run expected hypervisor on expected hardware with expected configuration. The TCP feature in oVirt comprises an attestation broker in engine, modifications to the VM creation UI and template, and enhancements for RESTful API among others. This feature requires deploying an attestation service based on OpenAttestation(OAT), an Intel  open source project  with the mission to provide an SDK to build remote attestation services for ISVs to implement cloud/enterprise security use models based on Intel® Trusted Execution Technology(Intel® TXT). This presentation will introduce the OAT project architecture, the TCP feature and its implementation details.


Gang Wei

Software Engineer, Intel Open Source
Gang(Jimmy) Wei, Senior Software Engineer in Intel Open Source Technology Center, joining Intel in 2005, is current maintainer and one of the 3 founders of Trusted Boot(tboot) project on sourceforge, current maintainer for OpenAttestation(OAT) project on github, with over 6 years of experience on system level development in virtualization & security areas. Speaking experience includes OpenAttestation & Trusted Compute Pools introductions on Intel... Read More →

Tuesday October 22, 2013 5:00pm - 5:30pm
Stirling Suite

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