The OpenXT Project in 2016 by Christopher Clark, BAE Systems





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Published on Sep 16, 2016

The OpenXT Project in 2016 - Christopher Clark, BAE Systems

The OpenXT Project is an Open Source community producing a Xen-based platform for client devices with a focus on providing strong security properties. The different primary use cases of this project versus server-based Xen systems have motivated notable technical differences and consequently OpenXT should be of interest to anyone seeking to understand the full set of capabilities on offer within the Xen ecosystem.

In this presentation, Christopher Clark will describe the technical architecture of OpenXT, its current status and development activity within the project and its engagement with the upstream OpenEmbedded and Xen projects. This will include an overview of OpenXT's differentiating features such as Measured Launch, Virtual TPMs, Linux-based stubdoms, a specialized input layer and a distinct PV USB stack for Windows and Linux.

About Christopher Clark

Christopher works with the OpenXT Project, most recently building an open governance model for the project and performing a security review of project software. His first involvement with Xen hypervisor development was around 2004 at the Cambridge University Computer Laboratory and at Intel. He joined XenSource and Citrix, and worked on development of both XenServer and XenClient.


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