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Mike Bursell

We have our first release of Enarx, and a new look for the website. This first release, version 0.1.1, is codenamed Alamo, and provides an easy way in to using Enarx. As always, it’s completely open source: you can look at every single line of our code. It doesn’t provide a full feature set, but what it does do is allow you, for the first time, to write an application, compile it to WebAssembly, and then run it.

Source: Alice, Eve and Bob – a security blog

Link: https://aliceevebob.com/2021/11/02/enarx-first-release/

Mike Bursell

This year has, for me, been pretty much all about the Enarx project.  I’ve had other work that I’ve been doing, including meeting with customers, participating in work with IBM (who acquired the company I work for, Red Hat, in July), looking at Kubernetes security, interacting with partners and a variety of other important pieces, but it’s been Enarx that has defined 2019 for me from a work point of view.

Source: Alice, Eve and Bob – a security blog

Link: https://aliceevebob.com/2019/12/31/2019-a-year-of-enarx/

Mike Bursell

Yesterday, Nathaniel McCallum and I presented a session “Confidential Computing and Enarx” at Open Source Summit Europe. As well as some new information on the architectural components for an Enarx deployment, we had a new demo. What’s exciting about this demo was that it shows off attestation and encryption on Intel’s SGX. Our initial work focussed on AMD’s SEV, so this is our first working multi-platform work flow. We’re very excited, and particularly as this week a number of the team will be attending the first face to face meetings of the Confidential Computing Consortium, at which we’ll be submitting Enarx as a project for contribution to the Consortium.

Source: Alice, Eve and Bob – a security blog

Link: https://aliceevebob.com/2019/10/29/enarx-goes-multi-platform/

Mike Bursell

If I’ve managed the process properly, this article should be posting at almost exactly the time that we show a demo at Red Hat Summit 2019 in Boston.  That demo, to be delivered by my colleague Nathaniel McCallum, will be of an early incarnation of Enarx, a project that a few of us at Red Hat have been working on for a few months now, and which we’re ready to start announcing to the world.  We have code, we have a demo, we have a github repository, we have a logo: what more could a project want?  Well, people – but we’ll get to that.

Source: Alice, Eve and Bob – a security blog

Link: https://aliceevebob.com/2019/05/07/announcing-enarx/