19 Burst results for "Lennox Foundation"
TPA Open Source Software Security with Jennifer Fernick
"Let's do a little background on you. Give us the thirty second overview of who you are and in what brings you here. Share name's stanford for nick. I'm the global head of research at nc secret which is a large cyber security consulting firm prior to this iran a security team at a large bank. I've been doing security for a very long time long before. I realized that it was an actual industry in profession and grew up through Do undergrad and my masters was in systems engineering. And then he's a phd student in cryptography. So my main focus area has historically been progress. But of course it's expanded to much more recently Currently i run a security team that has several hundred researchers at antique group. So you are in fact. One of those jokingly jobs and i always talk about in crypto. There's like five people the world qualified to talk about it. You probably one of those five hundred. If we're going to talk about post quantum crypto. Maybe i was really interested in. Public key crypto systems in how quantum computers could be used to break them. So that's specific staff of probably. Although less over time i guess as i've stepped into maybe a broader a broader role within. I need to get back on the show to talk about. Post quantum crypto kaz. Admittedly tell you. I have absolutely so little knowledge in that stays. It's not even funny all right so you we wanted to get this conversation. Getting kicked off around Around open source You've done some work in this in this area. Tell us a little bit about de get started their shirt so Of course at nc group we do like of security research and some of this is the more traditional vulnerability research so about a year and a half ago. Maybe there were a bunch of people that were getting very interested in figuring out. How do we better secure of open-source ecosystem because we know that there's been this sort of lacombe. Ole finding of random security bugs sometimes super inconsequential on super small projects. Sometimes absolutely massive about things like heart bleed so so like across time There's been there's been an uncovering in a very patchy way of vulnerabilities within open source software. So we were interested in really finding a way to coordinate impulse together and figure out what are some strategic steps forward in open source software security cool all right so look there. There has been so much raging debate And i use that word. Because it's almost like the windows versus lennox versus mac discussion. These days right turns into like a pseudo religious argument oval open source versus commercial software. Which one's better which one's more secure in insecurities Everyone goes and even if you had an app. Even for those of us have spurs one way or the other. You wait five minutes. And there's there's proof to the contrary so a you mentioned heart bleed right like then there's bash bog that forget the name of it but i mean if it had its own logo and i think we even made a theme song for crying out loud like it got it. It's gotten a little absurd. Yeah people are spending too much time marketing. Their bugs navy. But but you know we we open ourselves stuff was such a. I guess a revelation or wakeup call for a lot of us because there was this there was this belief that somehow open source. Stuff is you know. can infallible. Like all right. There's so many people looking at it and you know it's being reviewed in real time. It's the community. Always like their community has the opportunity to bug on either. We didn't or or there's something wrong with that argument. Yeah there's this tragedy of the comments thing that happens around open source software where we assume that just because someone can look at it. Someone has And we also assume that if someone's looking at it they are not an adversary and totally wanna do a responsible coordinated disclosure which is not often or not necessarily always the case so the i think hardly really opened our eyes to the impact that these bugs can have. I mean if you think about it. This was wet like spring. Twenty fourteen that this came out in public Showed us what the risk really looks like in practice you know. There was a single critical vulnerability found within an individual open source project that was maintained by only a few volunteers recall correctly. Like maybe one person was working on it. Fulltime and this was like the underlying infrastructure for like a non trivial portion of the entire internet yet and it compromises security of. I think it was like seventeen or somewhere. Unplug percent of all of the web servers on the internet. And it's like. I think this really shows us how like important. These software systems are and how many dependencies trace back to open source software. So when people are having this debate what is more secure open source or proprietary software. Obviously there's trade offs right. Proprietary can't necessarily have everyone look at the source but you're at least guaranteeing that someone probably is looking at the source an all of these other things but i mean it's it almost becomes a moot point to me because whether you make a case for proprietary software being more secure or open source software being more secure weather proprietary or open source. There's often dependencies upon core pieces of infrastructure that are open source so finding a way to secure these things matters and out of like what came with heart lead. The lennox foundation started like the core infrastructure initiative which put millions of dollars into helping secure open source software. So really open necessarily just kind of the next phase of of that work effort will be good excellent point because this is something that the scene repeatedly because a lot of the the foundations of nobody writes all their libraries right. I mean only the insane Scratch even when. I was the world's worst developer a million years ago. There would still be things you would include you do from other y- find something like okay. I need to know how to do. X y and z. Like i have no idea how to write. I'm gonna go find a l and include that. I can bring in pop that in want to use somebody else's optimized i don't have threat from scratch. Brilliant web apps are the greatest way to see this in action because there's just tons of frameworks plug ins and whatever and a lot of that stuff is open source maintained by the community and then we find out that there are a event julia every once in a while we find a massive bugs in in some of these things and then we gotta go hunting and got to realize that A lot of the commercial products out there have been source things inside them. That are vulnerable that it will like okay. So how do we fix this now. Yeah and like those transitive. Dependencies can often go many layers deep lake sometimes depending on something. That's depending on something. That's depending on open source library. Which itself is depending on some other open source component and often it can go many layers steve unlike just understanding those transitive dependencies where that risk comes into any product. Yet open source or commercial is very hard. It's something that Organizations don't necessarily do The organizations that rely upon these critical things don't always finds them or study them at the depth that you might expect that they would. So there's a definite need for folks that are interested in doing security research in working with open source maintainers to really come together and pull in the same direction. Otherwise we just have this infinite like finding of random bugs but if you think about. I don't know the statistics that ucla seve owner vulnerability databases. There's tens of thousands of vulnerabilities disclosed every year. That gets vs. There's way more than that that are being disclosed. That maybe don't tv's there's even more than that that are being found in not patched and there's probably even more than that being created input into existence so when we think about just the massive stale at which there exist 'vulnerability in sourcing beyond Clearly something needs to change in in the ways that we develop software in the ways that we secure software throat like this. Dlc in in what happens when we integrate these at risk components. So
"lennox foundation" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Question. I don't know the answer to this is the quality quality of development quality the community what's the difference between kind of. Let's say you know something like kafka compared to something like ria so so wait a minute. Wait a minute it finish your question aliquippa. So is there a noticeable difference between the shapes of the communities and ultimately the quality of development and leadership for uh-huh open source projects that have obvious business use cases that can seek funding more easily versus those that are harder to monetize that almost by necessity the need to have a different shape type of contribution okay so j._j. Said he said that the way that the companies do it right now the way the enterprise open source works you said it was i believe you said it was optimal relative tiv- to pushing the financial incentives closer to the developers which is what the crypto people wanna do who am i correct your embellishing a little bit what i was saying i think currently currently we found of very scalable equilibrium and abstraction in terms of where the incentives in order to create a significant you know sort of growth market around commercial open source that was sort of one one twentieth what it currently has five or six years ago and i don't know how useful that point because you could say the same thing of crypto five six years ago and it's crypto one. You know one thousand what it is today five six years ago but he so here's the point i i to make which gets to aloke was was raising. I think what we have right. Now is a crutch. I think that the google model of launching eddie's. I think that the mongo d._b. Model of doing mongo d._b. Is a crutch and i think you see the fractures. I in that crutch in things like s._t._o. And things like the licensing debates where we see the fracturing that comes from this weird incentive structure where you have this open source thing that has this air of altruism that comes from the roots of the lennox foundation and you know you don't see this with something like react where react says that could come right out and say look like take the stuff mostly comes out of facebook and they're very transparent about their like look facebook is basically on the bleeding edge of front end development like we're solving the hardest problems here internally at facebook and we're going to go out and talk to tons of people and we're gonna make sure that our problems are consistent with the external problems but we're going to be very honest and transparent that like we've got a dedicated team. That's working on this stuff and so yeah we control it like why wouldn't we whereas with the coober netease and s._t._o. Thing you see z. Like this really weird like let's like molding of the community and i just think i i just i'll summarize real quick i just i think that the the pushing of the incentives closer to the developers will ultimately work. I think it will work way better than this weird indirection of. I'm not saying mersal source yeah so to be clear to qualify what i was saying earlier. I'm not saying it won't work. I'm not saying i'm against it. I'm saying you know currently where values being captured sustainably cleanable ian scalable based on current models is indirectly through companies that commercialized open source as cost businesses as we call them commercial open source software companies or any company that employs any software engineer literally doing anything paying them a salary and then that's offering has autonomy to choose what open source technology legit they use. I want to mention that you've completed two hugely profoundly different things in what you mentioned before which is like worth pointing out you basically articulated a contrast between the motivations nations and source of open source projects that came out of either facebook google and then you also mentioned foundation lead or foundation driven open source projects the the motivation and creative drivers behind different open source projects is entirely orthogonal to how sustainable they become as commercial ecosystems uh-huh entirely orthogonal.
Elisa to Increase Safety in Self-Driving Cars
"Are you worried about rogue robots in self driving cars, reducing your personal safety? The Lennox foundation has launched Elisa to address the issue Elisa which stands for enabling links in safety. Applications is an open source project for building safety critical systems since reports have shown that nearly seventy percent of people don't trust these self-propelled. Computers companies can now have their system certified through the program, wherever loss of human life, significant property damage or environmental damage could occur. Some big names in some not surprising industries have come alongside Elisa such as BMW Toyota in British chip designer arm.
"lennox foundation" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Life cycle for edge applications and devices, and then the third one is for future apps that I believe are hardware. Independent voice. Independent cloud. Independent. What are the set of API's that can be exposed in standardized? Right. Both on the southbound side of the drivers. And the physical interfaces as well as the northbound side, which is really around the cloud and the multi cloud infrastructure, right? And those three are technical like to technical one non is what elephant is intending to solve in previous episodes. We've done a lot of coverage over the dynamic between the quote, unquote, cloud and the edge. And this is a really interesting dynamic. You know, like, what kinds of processing do you do on the cloud? What do you want to do on the edge? You know, what are you going to do about the fact that you want to have this high bandwidth connection between these two places, but maybe there's intermittent bandwidth that the edge these kinds of things, but what I understood by reading about LFM edge, the the Lennox foundation's, edge computing, set of projects which will get into some detail, but the importance of the telecoms, and the fact that all of this processing or all of this. Data shuttling is is going across telecom infrastructure. Can you explain the role of the telecoms when it comes to the dynamic of edge computing? That's a brilliant question. Right. Because the moment we classify Najat. Nation requiring storage and compute close to it with a certain Bamut or of latency responsiveness. You do get into the physical barriers of how bitch travel, right? And so at this point what telecom edge or edge, cloud or smart edge, or what the does just to Manala. Jeez. Right. But really what we're talking about is a set of automated, compute storage and software infrastructure that is reciting either at the bottom of the bay stations or on a gateway in in in the basement of a building or our stadium or a little bit further out in a smart central office in a in a neighborhood. What telecoms bring to the table at three things they bring the location advantage. Right. They bring the latency advantage both because of location, but also because of technologies like five G, and they bring the mobility advantage. And what that means is if there's an application connected cars. Economist driving and fleet transportation being the perfect example, if the application requires low latency response with mobility, you do not an enterprise or a cloud provider will not be able to solve that. I so those are the three things why telecom is such a critical player in the edge compute space. And that's why we see a lot of collaboration between telecom players cloudplayer's an enterprise not players. That's that's the mission of elephants and who. Not to sound flippant who cares about this. Like if I'm a developer. Do I care like aren't I just like either? I'm a developer like building something for my factory. You know, my company owns factories. And I'm writing software for the factories or like, I'm maybe I'm writing software that is doing processing on data that has made its way from the factory into the cloud. But in either way, I I work for you know, a candy factory company. Why do I care about telecom infrastructure, or or is this is are these open source projects, which which we will get into our these open source projects are they only meant for the telecom. No, no, they're not meant for telecoms. That's the whole point the projects are bringing the Telecom's cloud and the enterprise were tickles, the dare developers and their use cases all together. Okay. So the three have to operate, in harmony the reason. Why a developer and enterprise cloud. There are telecom player should care, right. Is what you described as a analytics sitting in a factory going into a cloud. That's that's I am not today. That's not an edge. That's not an edge app..
"lennox foundation" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"The cloud native computing foundation seeks to drive adoption of this paradigm, by fostering and sustain. Inning. Ecosystem of open source vendor. Neutral projects we democratize state of the art patterns to make these innovations accessible for everyone. This whole space is getting so big. And like you said, hyper scale, I know that the coupe con Seattle that is coming up next week sold out pretty quickly, and he's like seventy five hundred people or something are you anticipated a day where the kube con cloud native con appendage gets broken up into coop Khan and then separately, cloud native con. Maybe these are two distinct environments, I hope not I mean anything could happen. I feel like that would change would really hurt the community in a lot of ways. And in one of the reasons is that not all that many of the talks at the conference are just about Kuban Netease or just about Kuban as internals they are often talks about here's how we use combination. This new environment. Or here's how we use as with this new open source project. That's not part of CNC f- yet. But we think is is really intriguing or your. Here's this inch case we encountered, and then some of the talks are just about all those other projects, but one of the the sort of underlying concepts of the club native computing foundation of our parent Lennox foundation, and I would say of open source in general is that most interactions in the world are not zero sum games. Now, it is the case that we only have a certain number of rooms at coupon. Cloud native. And so almost by definition, if talk is is going to be solely about for meatiest than it cannot be solely about Kuban Eddie's. But I think that's a really artificial in constrained way of looking at it. And that most of the attendees in particular are not just focused on one project to the exclusion of all others that they're really focused on their business. And and the technology. Problems they running into and they're looking forward the set of solutions or the ecosystem of solutions that they can learn about and then implement themselves, and so I do think this concept of positive sum game that by combining together were able to have larger crowds more funding more sponsors, and therefore things like more diversity scholarships more fun events in other kinds of stuff is a really promising one. Now that said, I totally agree that coupon. Club native conned is now getting to be a very large conference. So it's actually eight thousand that we have sold out. And so one of the pieces that we are doing is also offering a set of side conferences. And so for example, on Monday will be the first ever on Voy con as predate conference before cube Khan and the last couple of years we've sponsored the permit Theus team has run prom con in Munich in their plan. To do that again in twenty nineteen and they'll also be like, a GOP secon and such. And so I I definitely don't want to come off as a strident on the subject. I mean, I feel like there's a lot of different things that were trying in in different modes that we we want to experiment with. I mean, another huge part is is the meet ups out there where we now have over one hundred fifty different meet up groups all around the world they've had more than sixteen hundred meetings in the last three years. And so that's just a way that very widely gets a lot of this messaging out there. And then we are looking at some other kinds of conferences that we could do that that might reach different groups in in different regions, while I think what you're you're encountering something that AWS reinvent, incidentally, walked into which is both the fact that there is massive expansion in people who are interested in software engineering. And also the appeal of the cloud in terms of how acceptable it is. And AWS obviously pioneered that. So in some sense, it makes sense that they walked into it. But coop. Con cloud native con is kind of an extension of that. Because it's like okay here. It's not just kind of you know, talks that are anchored around AWS services as inspiring as AWS services, are it's this is more about the entire cloud environment, which encompasses a whole lot of companies. And and also a whole lot of open source projects..
"lennox foundation" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"About the Lennox foundation. We got any a one of the most amazing these firms, but then we've got eighty of the partners sprinkled throughout the mixed some of which include the international space station NASA. So, you know, there's some really interesting partners that are like signing up to be a part of this initiative and really movement we like to call it a movement. Well, that's exactly I think one of the other aspects that I think might get a little bit lost in this. Because we think developers technology is there's a whole social media element to this with celebrities. That's why did you talk a little bit about that? Exactly. So a lot of times celebrities they support what we're doing. Now. Listen, we would love to get the tech sector helping to solve these social challenges. But but how do we help? So what we did is we engineered a cost flash. And so that's one of the companies that that I own and what we do is we aggregate, the social media voice of people, which means their Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, followers, and we had over fifty celebrities tweeting and posting their support of Colfer code on world humanitarian day, but they included Ellen Degeneres and Robin givens and Jared Leto in pit bull etc. Etc. So what we like about call for code is it brings all these stakeholders to the table, and especially when you're talking about tech. It's nice to have pop culture elements. So I think if you're listening to the show if somebody says they have a cause how do they get engaged? They should go to the website. They should my Email is right there, David Clarke, David Clarke, 'cause send me a suggestion. That's awesome. Well, David, I think it's phenomenal team of gun this year. I'm looking forward to partnering with you IBM call for code team. And once again, I can't wait to see a win tonight. Now me very exciting. So yeah, we will be giving out the Nobel prize for developers tonight. It's called the call for code global prize questions or comments emails at info. And now I'm joined by one of the executives have been since the beginning of color code in. That is angel Diaz. Who's the VP of developer technology open source so angel? It's been quite a it has been may twenty four th we launched Hoffa code so exciting one hundred thousand developers participating across hundred fifty six countries building great solutions to help us all manatee better prepare and recover from disasters. It's a it's a great moment to see all the developers here celebrating each other. And frankly, looking forward to see who the winner is we announce it, and of course, in a seeing these solutions go into production to actually save lives. Yeah. And I think hats off to you the team. I feel blessed to have been part of the journey from the beginning it also just the point for the city that actually one of our teams is also right? Yeah. I mean, you're right on. I mean, it's it's been such a fun journey starting off with the United Nations human rights, the Lennox foundation, the Red Cross NEA, and then now, you know, with with your help and the help of everybody we we've have literally over eighty supporters and sponsors affiliates. Universities companies behind this great ecosystem of content partners. And I mean, even seeing some of the celebrities get behind this and put their support for koffler code has been humbling, and frankly really important because it's really about awareness. But we found that you know, what? Computer? Scientists software engineer a computer scientists artists hears about this might be a part of it and getting word out. So I agree with and I think that's where.
"lennox foundation" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Making it the. De facto way Automating networks for the future wow that's outstanding and that's everything I'm just guessing here from the design of the hardware. To the management of the software and how you integrate with each other what are some of the more interesting stories of the last year or two in? Terms of the specific innovations that have, spun out of all that collaboration Very good question the most interesting story is that it. Is easy to fire up an open source project and code on there are thousands and thousands and thousands of products right in fact I was the million Which was Nobody knows and so, our job I'd, be Aleph Our job is is to pick the ones. That are relevant and that, matter for the future and so as an example I'll give you, any networking project a year ago. Called own app and we had two competing projects, one, from China. And one from US, from China Mobile And we brought in you know crossing the geopolitical boundary replanting the two. Carriers the table and managed, to merge into a single project called owner which now has the, seventy percent participation so you don't. From a story perspective Ella creating shared collaboration and, ovation So the neutral plate or Creating software that anybody can use and that kind of power open source, shared collaboration, and, unique foundation like Lennox foundations to sort of cry because this is not a PHD student putting code, up on have been saying Project a one member A project of one an army of one right one person. Can do great stuff, your point is very your point is very well taken that you want collaboration on the building blocks on the foundation because that way people don't have to reinvent the wheel. And we can share and I think he made an excellent point about the treasure trove of. Code that's out there but the key being knowing which projects are going to really help people overall which projects are going to. Provide the most value and that just takes a lot of time and effort right till to understand them to work with the developers to talk. To all your partners and as you suggest to kinda hurt some cats and, and. Share the vision right go ahead And so I think the the next phase of this is to bring the projects that are surrounding in. That area networking so we're bringing edge which is really ID edge five g., edge? Automotive edge We're bringing a in deep learning products like. Learning project like Krino, right Accu most needs are, all hosted we host project So you know take a look at the details but what we have and I would say. You, know clinic foundation, is in the. In, in, in a in a very unique position to bring the community. For collaboration yeah that is really really, cool stuff well folks we're talking to. Some open. Source innovators on the, show today we're learning. All about the Lennox foundation and. Jupiter con lots of different stuff hang on.
"lennox foundation" Discussed on IoT inc
"All that. It's. Fundamentally, if you're building the applications that are going to be talking to a lot of devices at some level, you're going to need to bubble everything up to a common language ram, even if that's just what you internally within your app going to be using. But this can be a lot of work and to to do develop that sort of thing. And so across the industry, if everybody is doing that all the time, that's just a huge waste of efforts better get together. Do at once through, right. Have those security things in place which are going to allow you to the liver, some of the experiences. Otherwise he might struggle with an fight that that can then bubbled into some of the lower layers is just another advantage. Yeah. Yeah. No, no, no, I'm, I'm all for an I agree with it in this common language at your describing, there's not going to be a common language is going to be a common language parental, for example. So that brings me to, you know, for. Sample. We see this in in manufacturing where there's where there is this fourth layer that I'm describing it as you're calling it as a resource layer, but we're seeing it for manufacturing. We're seeing for oil and gas, listen into the open activity foundation. Maybe give us a bit of a description in start off with this industry focus because you mentioned light bulbs, but what's the, what's the industry focus and give us a little bit more, you know, high level detail on on the CF. While it's an on profit. And if she signed his organization. We're living that that secure interoperability. It was designed to span multiple voted markets, I think is fair to say that we're strongest and smart home. If you just look at the the membership we have while those companies are involved in the smart home. But we also have members who are interested in other markets than we have the eye of activities going on in automotive healthcare, commercial and enterprise. But the we've always had this focus in the core technology and the interaction models that we weren't designing something that was just for a particular vertical market because pretty easy to come up with use cases that can span go markets. So if for example, just in the smart home, you touching on energy systems and energy delivery with the demand response load control. There's an aspect of automotive where the car is behaving more like a consumer products. To talk to other things in your home. It's wanting to talk to you devices an an Izzo Osceola crossover between the smart home and smart buildings tech on the technology there and again, in commercial markets as well. There are other areas where definitely strong incumbents who doing something similar and we do have several as owns in place with with other organizations that which to work with them. But yeah, I don't think was going to be just one thing survey fragmented market at the moments. But as I said, we tried to liver as much interoperability as we can and the short term with bridging, we have a big focus on that, but then also provide that that path towards the consolidation and the longer term. And what do you mean my bridging. Well, we have an open source projects as well, which is something I haven't mentioned that we have besides tiffy project, which is run by Lennox foundation sponsored by was really means founded by CF. And within that we actually have bridges to other protocol. So if you want to go from Zik be or z. wave or bluetooth or other maybe manufacture proprietary technologies into CF. We have not just code that can do that, but we have that a framework agreed framework about how you do those things, how you map those data models cross at also how you handle any security issues because you're not just mapping information, your marketing, a security, the main..
"lennox foundation" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Microsoft says they're going to continue to do that but a lot of people who have been around the block don't believe them although i tend to think that the new such maniam means that that probably mean it what's what is the worth of get hub if you're not going to be get up yeah and what microsoft is positioning themselves to be is i mean they're part of the lennox foundation right that's crazy talk microsoft is trying to be an open source pro purveyor they are trying to become red hat in many ways not entirely but in many ways and get plugs perfectly into microsoft azure cloud services if you can develop get hubs already included in in some yourselves products microsoft is very active on get up like said this acquisition makes perfect sense to me even though part of me that's been covering the space for a long time myself is like microsoft odin get up i don't know i mean the real question is does get hub operate independently as of course both companies are saying that it will probably will i will that change and you know it's going to disappoint a lot of people if that does change but it doesn't necessarily have to yeah i have a tendency to think that this is going to be a lot of storm in drawing over nothing because if you don't if you don't walk the walk in terms of preserving get hub i can't think of another way that microsoft can strip minus unless the ideas all let's spend seven point five billion dollars in stock so we can kill it that'll show nerds now that's that's the bomber era microsoft fear i don't think that's the sasha era microsoft fear my my big opposition is more consolidation i if the only thing i don't like about this is now we've got another independent company under the big five.
"lennox foundation" Discussed on Unchained
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"lennox foundation" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Primitives are built within kuban as or do you think people will just start implementing things that cloud providers have definitely were expecting cloud native databases and so three that i'll mention of vitesse is a new incubating level project in cnc f so relatively mature it comes out of youtube where it was in production for seven years it's a scharping technology for my sql it's being used by slack being used by a bunch of other really interesting companies and is very serious solution to startups that aren't involved in cnc directly but that you know we we have good shots with our a cockroach labs which has essentially a post gris compatible distributed database that's that's basis degree on google spanner and a one out of beijing that i think is very interesting called tidy be ti that's my sql compatible api and a complete distributed one and so i will give another quick shout out to l dot c m c f daio if you go to the databases and data warehouses action there it's a little crazy that i think we're up to thirty nine and trees in their of different levels of maturity and scale bility and distributed but there's tons and tons of innovation fact that one last shutout give rethink db and seeing cf helped get that out of chapter eleven and get reluctance to apache dotto it's now lennox foundation project but i know a lot of folks have had good experience with that but there are another thirty six beyond the ones i mentioned all right well dan kahn thanks for coming on software and jane daily it's been really great talking to you you too and look forward to seeing you in seattle december eleventh to thirteenth yes maybe in shanghai november fourteenth fifteenth planning on both.
"lennox foundation" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
"So i don't wanna go sign up or courage any listeners design a friend the icu and i certainly don't but there are some cryptocurrencies that have sponsorship then put together by development teams they have serious partners meaning image bank so there's sawtooth from intel there's high blood you fabric is the lennox foundation is now repository for development since two religious technology with a developer community who is all open source contributing all the software for free is a currency called stellar luminous the name of the coin stellar these onto organization tickers xl 'em this is actually being used in a pilot project with ibm to create a payment system in the south western pacific in all those little tiny island nations you know micronesian smell and the marianna 's will think about what they have to do so you go to a you know a starbucks in you know new caledonia or someplace and that poor bag is you gotta merchant acquirer accept your mastercard and they gotta handed over to the local bag that bank has to send it to a correspondent bank in sydney australia bank of sydney australia got run through the visa network and they gotta get paid and they got to send it back to the little bag you know so think of all the steps all the costs et cetera what if you could replace that with the blockchain they are doing this by the way this is a real pilot will using the lumine token while ibm's built this luminous the token choice is working extremely well in those value is moving around without going through this kanchi central bank that were and correspondent bank network that i just described it's cheaper that means you know people can either lower prices or offer more services and so so big on remittances you know a lot of countries around the world the job opportunities are limited so the population they migrate the go to europe for the states or elsewhere get jobs but the you know mom and dad and the.
"lennox foundation" Discussed on The Cloudcast (.net) - Weekly Cloud Computing Podcast
"Yeah no very very cool and it's good insight i think you know the the way the world's changing the pace of things are changing you know having having those types of flexibilities but also knowing that you're working with people that like you said have done this you know tens of thousands of times and do it all the time is is really really important one last thing and this is sort of breaking news i'm just looking through some feeds today google cloud announced availability of their their open service broker i assume that that's going to have some of the things built into it that will be able to allow people to go attached to the various school cloud storage and database services of at least whether it's now we're over time absolutely so with all of these things you know we're we're deeply integrated in support of of a number of various industry standards you know whether it be the the open stack coop cooper daddy's any of the various lennox foundation and so we're always looking to make sure that we can plug into whatever industry standards are out there in whatever whatever ways we can make it easier for customers to access our services either in on premise in the cloud or across public clouds we wanna make sure that we have the most open lowest lock in a platform for customers because we believe that that's a that really de risks the upfront decision if you know that you can easily get integrated with other ones or again changed direction later on and so with any of these things where we're we're always working to make sure that we're were integrated incompatible with any of the the broader initiatives around interoperability.
"lennox foundation" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM
"Computer didn't take whatever to start all of that came crashing down with meltdowns inspector last year they tried to put out some tickets this year andrew recalled the texas this is in january this year but last year microsoft realized something that the general public has no idea about and that is windows windows operating system is toast it's on the way out and microsoft has a cloud called the cloud and starting last year they began switching over all of their servers thousands of servers maybe tens of thousands over to the lennox operating system and within a year or two microsoft is gonna be running the hazard cloud almost nothing but lennox servers this comes directly from insiders at microsoft i know they haven't sent out a press release on this because were eventually going to leading she's going to win the desktop computers that people use that word gets out and certainly your program is the first to get the word out that were people will eventually realized and in fact microsoft last week came up with their own version of the money operating system they have joined the board of the lennox foundation and they're doing presentations athletics conference so down and backwards and everything that anybody might have one shortly is now out the window of course the world runs on these computers and the fact that we're going to be going through a transition period in the next few years what my goal was district weeks now this kind of relates to it i'm gonna be doing a presentation this saturday the first public presentation on district reach that conference in bellingham washington is called lennox fest northwest and it's called presentation skuld district tweets a new way to share lennox now the problem with lemme up until now simply been that it's complicated it's hard for people to install in the computers to target them to customize what district weeks ducks it's a complex process simple people just click on the body essentially simplified lennox meant so more will return more royal turn with david spring.
"lennox foundation" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM
"The towel with the spectre enough down problems which i want to explain a little bit people will learn more about this in the future but i do want to spend some time talking about the spectrum but because of those things microsoft basically recipe lease on the wall and realized to windows operating system could not possibly compete with lenox this way to blow to this not robust enough they can't even keep up with the intel chips to make it even profitable keep that thing going again they write the basically intel tries to help them out for years for something called speculation that where they would literally start running the windows operating system where people will not even be able to turn the computer on vacation we go into hibernation mode and the intel processor would keep it on and keep it in reserve so when people started up the computer didn't take whatever to start all of that came crashing down with meltdowns inspector last year they tried to put out some tickets this year they had to recall the this is in january this year but last year microsoft realized something that the general public has no idea about and that is windows windows operating system is toast it's on the way out and microsoft has a crowd called the cloud and starting last year they began switching over all of their servers thousands of servers maybe tens of thousands over to the lenox operating system and within a year or two microsoft is gonna be running hazard clouds almost nothing but lennox servers this comes directly from insiders at microsoft it's i know they haven't sent out a press release on this because eventually they're going to is going to win the desktop computers that people use that word gets out and certainly your program is the first to get the word out that were people will eventually realize in fact microsoft last week came up with their own version of the money operating system they have joined the board of the lennox foundation and they're doing presentations and conferences so down and backwards and.
"lennox foundation" Discussed on Packet Pushers - Datanauts
"Yes so years ago carbonates was donated to the scene yes this is the cloud native computing foundation and the goal was that you know as a open source project it also needed open source or open development model and we needed to have open governance as well so this is where the lennox foundation comes in we create this new organization very similar to the apache organization or foundation and we provide governance and technical committee to help steer the direction of cooper netease and it's also the kind of neutral ground where all of the other vendors you know other cloud providers amazon azure alibaba they all can come in and actually have the voices her contribute to the project and know that there's going to be a governance model that's bigger than just google right so there's so many people that contribute and i think the donation to seen cf reflects that what about evolution of cooper netease or kind of a holistic project since we talked your and a half ago where there any major milestones that were hit or has the architecture change in any fundamental or even a surprising way throughout the journey well it depends on what view you look at so from the very beginning a kind of always saw this vision of you know being able to give cooper nays these declared of configured and then it will manage my application so maybe around year two two and a half most of the api's that we define back thin are still here today right so the things that have evolved are around custom resource types you know we had a vision for you know people building their own extensions set of coober netease and that got renamed a few times and the way you extend carbonates has been greatly expanded and kuban started to leverage some of those extension points at self so what that brings us to now we have things like sto that do networking and traffic shaping and serve ability it's now dopp the current as api and if you look at it is it essentially extends cooper news api boundaries to provide everything you need to build a service interest so it's not part of the core couvert it's kind of a relationship or an ecosystem project.
"lennox foundation" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"Rabin here and yet it's a great show it's really fought but it's a different style a show yes and down it is a different style because it started out in a very different way um i actually came up with the idea for our connect about four or five years ago because we really wanted to make sure that we had a place to tell the story in a very open way i would say when we first did the first connect and the very first connect actually wasn't even named connect we what we did come to new york and we had we were doing a visual studio launch and we brought azure into it and we said we're going to really take across company approach to this but the idea at the time was to bring folks like zamaran onstage and writer frankly at that time i got a little bit of a hard time now we're talking about four or five zero before they require an on but we were partnering with them and we thought while folks really do need to get the memo and we created this mantra that we have which is any developer any application any platform roadway back when um and when when sochea became ceo it was actually he tweeted that and it was actually his second most popular tweet after the one of becoming ceo did that i think at our our second connect right after becoming ceo eat now it seems very natural in fact i saw you do their five years ago that is kind of the mantra of microsoft row yet now it is but you know i would say we saw tweets today because our whole thing has always been the opening demo is the thing you don't expect and rate in it it is it's what are we doing on the mac what are we doing with lennox what are we doing and we started last year you know joining the lennox foundation who did we open we did open sourcing ofnet core at at connect we also brought google on stage two years back around type script to end of us code and that was also i mean we.
"lennox foundation" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Hardaway ever microsoft's yet micro assault addict there's a huge community that is using this out there and microsoft joined the maria de be foundation today and people were super surprise it was like when they join the lennox foundation last year because now they're indoors free database yep and when they announced that one guy said i've stopped saying pigs fly because microsoft is doing stuff i never would have thought they were going to do is i keep getting the narrow she his but uh that's silica bring you'll see a that is really interesting because it competes directly well not directly big piece was single cervical server yep and so now they're turning maria de be into it a service on as though that our that the at one and the nfu things that they have to uh so they joined the maria de be foundation making maria de be as service on as her and they also announced to other new as her services data bricks um is becoming an address service so that's apache spark um and then cassandra also becoming and as her service and cassandra is another opensource saying it's a no sequel database management system your so all these things that are not from microsoft but they're opensource tools are all becoming managed services on asher yep yep pretty interesting and unusual yep very clear and the last one i would pull out as a as i mean there were still a lot more but this one there was a product mix up was working on call visual studio mobile center they talked about that a year ago at connect i think and now they renamed at visuals studio app center and what this is is a onestopshop if you're a mobile developer um it's an asher hosted thing and you can do uses service for building deploying testing all these things on all different mobile platforms i o s android windows mac os everything it's all in one place as a service and this one also people were like oh i i knew you guys are working on this by and realize it's actually like ready and i can use it now to develop applications and test my applications so that that i think also got a lot of love and people are excited that even though microsoft doesn't have its own mobile platform it's making an environment where more.
"lennox foundation" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"You know the cnc ncf the cloud native computing foundation which is the lennox of lennox foundation of what's actually subset of the lakes foundation routes actually this place where it hosts kind of discussions and oversight and governance for these different opensource projects but the cnc f does not bless a specific stack and the what i mean there's in this coup burnett ease environment discovered this cl cloud native world there is so much opportunity for different infrastructure technologies because it's such a revolution and how we build our applications that there are different services and technologies that have overlapping functionality and you mentioned that you thought it was a really good way of doing business that the cnc while shen to business doing nonprofit foundation governance that the cnc doesn't bless a certain stack it doesn't say oh yeah this is like the lamp stack of distribute systems this is this is the way things should be done it just says here's a bunch of stuff and we are kind of like keeping our eye on all of it and we can talk to you about it and we can help broker relationships but between the different technologies link or d being one of them you know kerber netizens another pro meet the ss another of those three have fairly i think this joint sets of functionality but there are other things that have some overlapping functionality so explain why you think well i guess have i think is a really interesting area of discussion so i guess i talk about.