Google releases open source framework for building “enclaved” apps for cloud

Google releases open source framework for building “enclaved” apps for cloud

Today, Google is releasing an open source framework for the development of “confidential computing” cloud applications—a software development kit that will allow developers to build secure applications that run across multiple cloud architectures even in shared (and not necessarily trusted) environments. The framework, called Asylo, is currently experimental but could eventually make it possible for developers to address some of the most basic concerns about running applications in any multi-tenant environment.

Source: arstechnica.com