Red Hat Research Quarterly
About the author
Bandan Das is an engineer in the Virtualization group at Red Hat. He spends most of his time on KVM, QEMU, and, more recently, containers. His research interests are in the areas of systems performance and hardware partitioning. As part of Red Hat Research, he is involved in the fuzzing project, teaching, and mentoring.
Articles by this author
Could a grammarless approach increase its effectiveness? Low-level systems such as Linux kernels and hypervisors form the foundation of cloud systems today. The virtual machines (VMs) provided by hypervisors are attractive targets for attackers. Bugs in hypervisors create the risk of an attacker in a malicious VM, compromising the isolation guarantees provided by the hypervisor, […]
Red Hat Research has fostered work on testing and analysis that started as open source explorations and ended as valuable upstreamed resources for anyone to use. We asked two engineers who’ve worked on highly successful projects, Daniel Bristot de Oliveira and Bandan Das, to share some of the biggest research accomplishments so far and let […]