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Nick Vidal

In a previous blog post, we outlined our vision for creating a Confidential Computing Fellowship. Today, we announce the first steps towards this vision, as we welcome three new interns to the Enarx project.

Last month, we received 10 Outreachy applicants. Of these, 9 were able to complete the first task successfully, which consisted of learning about WebAssembly, developing some small demos, and publishing one or more tutorials on GitHub. WebAssembly is key to the Enarx project, as this is how we deploy applications to the Cloud.

Source: Enarx's Blog

Link: https://blog.enarx.dev/welcome-outreachy-interns/

Mike Bursell

Log entries and other error messages can be very useful, but they can also provide information to other parties - sometimes information which you’d prefer they didn’t have. This is particularly true when you are thinking about Confidential Computing: running applications or workloads in environments where you really want to protect the confidentiality and integrity of your application and its data.

Source: Enarx's Blog

Link: https://blog.enarx.dev/confidential-computing-logging-and-debugging/

Nick Vidal

The Enarx project has a rich history around openness and collaboration. It was a key project in the foundation of the Confidential Computing Consortium from the Linux Foundation and played an important role in the Bytecode Alliance, the nonprofit behind the WebAssembly standard. The Enarx project was born when Mike Bursell and Nathaniel McCallum came together in November 2018 with an idea to build a architecture-neutral framework to run applications within Trusted Execution Environments (TEEs).

Source: Enarx's Blog

Link: https://enarx.ghost.io/enarx-and-a-new-custodian/