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PANEL DISCUSSION + Live Q&A

Panel: Secure Isolation of Applications

Applications have been isolated by lots of different means: processes, virtual machines, containers, and new methods are appearing such as SGX and in-process isolates. What is secure? Have Spectre and Meltdown changed the landscape? What should we use? Ask our expert panel.


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Justin Cormack

Developer @Docker

Justin Cormack is a software engineer at Docker. He works on security, developer tooling and more. He is always interested in new programming language technology.

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Jessie Frazelle

Engineer @github, Xoogler, Ex-Docker Core Maintainer

Jessie Frazelle is a independent consultant. She is a computer programmer who has worked at GitHub, Microsoft, Google, Docker and various companies and startups before that. She’s worked on a lot of the open source projects in the container ecosystem as well as having a few projects of her own.

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Per Buer

CEO @IncludeOS

CEO of IncludeOS, where we've had the bright idea of doing an operating system from scratch. Founded Varnish Software some ten years ago. I've spent my life working on infrastructure-related software that has been tied to performance in some way or another. I'm not really great at human/computer...

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Allison Randall

Director at Eigenstate

Allison Randal is a software developer and open source strategist. She is a board member of the Open Source Initiative, board member of the OpenStack Foundation, board member of the Perl Foundation, and co-founder of the FLOSS Foundations group for open source leaders.   Her first geek...

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Kenton Varda

Tech lead @Cloudflare Workers

Kenton is the architect of Cloudflare Workers, a "serverless" compute platform which distributes your code to 165+ locations globally so that it always runs as close to the client as possible. Prior to joining Cloudflare, Kenton created Sandstorm.io and Cap'n Proto. Further back, while at Google,...

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