The first Tel Aviv Red Hat Research Day event took place on March 2nd. During this session, Dr. Ilya Kolchinsky outlined the most critical challenges faced by the currently available data processing technologies.
Mining Issued Common Criteria and FIPS 140-2 Certificates – More Transparency for Developers, Vulnerability Researchers and Society
In this talk, Petr Švenda from the Faculty of Informatics at Masaryk University in Brno will feature a data-based insight into certification ecosystems with an open-source tool for automatic analysis of the publicly available certification reports.
In this talk, we will explore this new paradigm that we call Big Data Stream Processing (BDSP). BDSP comprises a variety of methods for scalable and efficient data processing that do not rely on traditional databases for storing and processing the data. We will cover examples of real-life applications that can greatly benefit from incorporating BDSP capabilities.
In this series of Research Days, Red Hat experts, including Red Hat’s Chief Technology Officer, Chris Wright, and researchers from Harvard, Yale, Boston University, and other leading universities discussed their ongoing research on technology to improve privacy and security, make experimentation and system execution more reproducible, and enhance the performance and reliability of cloud systems.