Unikernels are a new mechanism to deploy lightweight, scalable, secure microservices that offer big functionality for relatively low cost. To do so, they allow us to compile our services to run directly on virtual “bare metal”, throwing away all t... Read more
In the early 4th century, the Roman emperors Diocletian and Constantine looked around their empire, and realized that they had troubles. The crisis of the third century had left the empire broke, with the internal trade network badly disrupted and... Read more
Unikernels, or library operating systems, offer a new method for building and managing lightweight services in the cloud. Instead of building a service on an operating system, unikernels compile the core operating system components they need into ... Read more
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Dr. Adam Wick leads Galois's systems software and mobile security team, and was the creator of the HaLVM. In his current role, he has led projects that have used the HaLVM for communications and network security tasks, and has given talks at several Xen Summits as well as QCon SF about this work. Beyond the HaLVM, Adam has led Galois's investigations into secure operating system design, trustworthy mobile roots of trust, and predictive security for UAVs. Before Galois, Adam received his Ph.D. from the Unive