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Upcoming Events

(All Things Open) Unlocking the Cloud with Confidential Computing

Title: Unlocking the Cloud with Confidential Computing
Author: Nathaniel McCallum
Date: November 1, 2022

CPUs (and even GPUs) which support Confidential Computing are rapidly making inroads into the Cloud, unlocking the Cloud to organizations from sectors like healthcare and finance, who require greater assurances that their sensitive code and data are protected, and who have so far been unable to benefit from the Cloud’s many advantages.

In this session, we’ll define Confidential Computing, explain how process-based and VM-based TEEs (Trusted Execution Environments) differ, describe the importance of attestation, and explore existing and upcoming CPUs (and GPUs) that support Confidential Computing: from Intel’s SGX2 and TDX, AMD’s SEV-SNP, IBM’s PEF, Arm’s Realms, RISC-V’s Sanctum, to NVIDIA’s A100.

We’ll use Enarx, an open source project which is part of the Linux Foundation, to illustrate how Confidential Computing works, and we’ll showcase some examples to demonstrate why Confidential Computing is key to unlocking the Cloud’s true potential.

Source: All Things Open 2022

Link: https://2022.allthingsopen.org/sessions/unlocking-the-cloud-with-confidential-computing/

(All Things Open) Modern Community Management: A lesson through acronym

Title: Modern Community Management: A lesson through acronym
Author: Jen Wike Huger
Date: November 2, 2022

Learning how to start and run open source community programs starts with m-a-i-n-t-a-i-n-e-r-s. In this talk, find out what each letter in this acronym means for you, whether you’re interested in the field, just getting started in your new role, or a season community manager looking for some new tips!

Source: All Things Open 2022

Link: https://2022.allthingsopen.org/sessions/2-for-1-the-secret-to-sustainable-open-source-create-your-open-source-project/