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Thursday, September 16 • 11:20 - 12:00
Don't Peek Into my Container! - Alice Frosi, Christophe de Dinechin & Sergio Lopez Pascual, Red Hat

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"Confidential containers" is the application of such technologies to protect the data in containers. This matters for use cases where the "tenant" running the workloads has legal or business reasons to want the data being processed to be hidden from the infrastructure it is running on.

We will focus on the interaction between container runtimes and KVM, using Kata Containers and libkrun as two example implementations. This will expose both technical and market challenges enabling technologies
such as AMD-SEV or Intel TDX, that differ in their availability, capabilities but also in the way they perform attestation.

In this talk, we are going to explore how you can convert your containerized application into an encrypted workload using libkrun, KVM, and Kubernetes. You will learn the designed architecture in k8s, the challenges we face in deploying an attested and confidential workload by keeping the user experience agile as the usual container deployments.

We will also quickly show how Kata Containers recently added platform-level support, and how we plan to more significantly overhaul its architecture in order to deliver a solid value proposition in terms of security.


Speakers
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Christophe de Dinechin

Senior Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Christophe de Dinechin works at Red Hat primarily on Kata Containers and its integration into OpenShift. He also has a strong interest in virtualisation, performance, programming languages, 3D graphics and physics research. He started numerous free software projects of various size... Read More →
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Alice Frosi

Software Engineer, Red Hat
Alice Frosi is a Senior Software Engineer working in the Virtualization team at Red Hat. She is currently working in the Kubevirt project.
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Sergio Lopez Pascual

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Sergio Lopez is a Principal Software Engineer working in the Virtualization team at Red Hat. He's the maintainer of the "microvm" machine type in QEMU, libkrun, krunvm, virtiofsd-rs, and co-maintainer of various rust-vmm crates. He presented previously at various iterations of DevConf.cz... Read More →



Thursday September 16, 2021 11:20 - 12:00 UTC
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