hurdle race ?
for example, on this "All sessions of TechEd" page,
there are links for the slides pptx, but there is no "view online" option as on the session page, which is very useful.
wish it can be added.
in recent Drawbridge related news, its being used internally, and could be productizedDuring a panel discussion at the Interop conference in New York yesterday, Russinovich acknowledged Drawbridge as alive and well. While he couldn't speak for plans on the Windows client he also stopped short of saying Microsoft plans to include it in Windows Server and Hyper-V. But he left little doubt that that's in the pipeline for Windows Server and Azure. Russinovich said Microsoft has already used the Drawbridge container technology in its new Azure-based machine learning technology.
"Obviously spinning up a VM for them is not acceptable in terms of the experience," Russinovich said. "So we built with the help of Microsoft Research our own secure container technology, called Drawbridge. That's what we used internally. We are figuring out how to make that kind of technology available publicly on Windows."
"In a multi-tenant environment you're letting untrusted code from who knows where run on a platform and you need a security boundary around that," Russinovich said. "Most cloud platforms use the virtual machines as a security boundary. With a smaller, letter-grade secure container, we can make the deployment of that much more efficient," Russinovich said. "That's where Drawbridge comes into play. "
Ramji agreed that the ability to provide secure micro-services is a key differentiator between the open source Docker and Drawbridge. "It's going to make bigger promises for security, especially for third-party untrusted code," Ramji said.
yes. what interest me is whether this is implemented using PicoProcess which is also the basis of Drawbridge LibOS, as Pico stuff already emerges in Windows 8.1.
Oct 09, 2014 at 4:09 AM
excellent article, very informative.
another interesting project: Mano-A-Mano
the teaser video
the paper and full video
the project page at MSR