Securing Applications with Gramine
This episode continues our confidential computing conversation from our previous episode. Mona Vij, principal engineer at Intel Labs, leads Intel's efforts on the Gramine project, which is a library OS that allows for running unmodified applications and, among other things, solves the problem of running applications out-of-the-box on Intel SGX-enabled hardware. We'll dive into Gramine, a Confidential Computing Consortium Project and discuss easing the path to running in a trusted execution environment.Guest:
Mona Vij is a Principal Engineer and Cloud and Data Center Security Research Manager at Intel Labs, where she focuses on Scalable Confidential Computing for end-to-end Cloud to Edge security. Mona received her Master’s degree in Computer Science from University of Delhi, India.
Mona leads the research engagements on Trusted execution with a number of universities. Her research has been featured in journals and conferences including USNIX OSDI, USENIX ATC and ACM ASPLOS, among others. Mona's research interests primarily include trusted computing, virtualization, device drivers and operating systems.
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