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Tuesday, August 20 • 6:00pm - 6:45pm
BoF: The Open Enclave SDK: Confidential Computing with Trusted Apps – Simon Leet and Andrew Schwartzmeyer, Microsoft (Open to all OSS+ELC + LSS Attendees)*

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Cloud computing today primarily address the challenges of encrypting sensitive data at rest and in transit, but not while in use; Confidential Computing is an initiative focusing on this last step of securing data in use to close the gap.

One enabler of Confidential Computing is the use of hardware-enforced Trusted Execution Environments (TEE), such as Intel's SGX, that allow encrypted data to be processed as plaintext in memory without exposing it to the rest of the system. The Open Enclave SDK is a project that attempts to support the development of Trusted Applications across different TEE. This BoF provides an informal setting to learn more about Open Enclave or Confidential Computing and how you can get involved.

NOTE: This session is open to all OSS+ELC NA and LSS Attendees


Simon Leet

Principal Software Development Engineer, Microsoft
Simon Leet is a software developer for Azure Confidential Computing at Microsoft. As one of the core maintainers of the Open Enclave SDK project, he is responsible for shaping the architectural direction of Azure's efforts in making tools and frameworks for confidential computing... Read More →
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Andrew Schwartzmeyer

Senior Software Engineer, Microsoft
Andrew Schwartzmeyer (he/him) is an open source software engineer at Microsoft, where he currently works in the Linux Systems Group. He used to work on the Open Enclave SDK. Andrew is a long-time open source contributor, who previously brought PowerShell to Linux and Apache Mesos... Read More →

Tuesday August 20, 2019 6:00pm - 6:45pm PDT
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  Security & Safety
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