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Wednesday, September 23 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Mobile and Secure: Cloud Encrypted Objects Using CDMI

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Data wants to live in the cloud, and move freely between enterprises, phones, homes and clouds, but one major obstacle remains: How can your data be protected against alteration and disclosure? This session introduces the Cloud Encrypted Object Extension to the CDMI standard, which permits encrypted objects to be stored, retrieved, and transferred between clouds. Originating out of work to make CDMI usable for Electric Medical Records (EMR) application, Cloud Encrypted Objects are a standards-based way to encrypt data, verify integrity, and provide access to secured content, such that objects can freely move between clouds in a cross-protocol manner.

Learning Objectives

Learn how Cloud Encrypted Objects are used by a client
Learn how Cloud Encrypted Objects can move between clouds
Learn about access control and delegation for Cloud Encrypted Objects
Learn how Cloud Encrypted Objects can be stored and accessed from file systems, CDMI, S3, Swift and other repositories

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David Slik

Technical Director Object Storage, NetApp
David Slik is the Technical Director for Capacity Storage at NetApp, Inc. He has been involved in object storage for over fifteen years, is the co-chair of the SNIA Cloud Storage Technical Working Group, a member of the LTFS and Object Drive technical working groups, and a principal... Read More →

Wednesday September 23, 2015 2:00pm - 2:50pm PDT
Lafayette Room

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