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Monday, November 3 • 11:40 - 12:20
Extending Barbican - Managing Secrets and Events Your Way

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Barbican provides a simple OpenStack-friendly REST service for secrets management. But what goes on behind the scenes when you make that service call? Barbican can work with many existing technologies and systems to securely store and generate secrets via a plugin approach, utilizing systems such as HSMs, Dogtag and KMIP. Workflow plugins automate SSL certificate requests with Certificate Authorities (CAs), such as Symantec. Event plugins enable sending events to consuming systems for monitoring or auditing, including CADF events into Ceilometer. In this presentation we detail how these various plugins work and interact with Barbican, and how they could be extended to suit your enterprise's specific integration needs.

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Ade Lee

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Ade is a Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat and Project Lead for the Dogtag Certificate System project. He has been focused on making Dogtag more accessible to other projects by developing new REST interfaces and streamlining installation and configuration tools. He continues to foster integration with projects like FreeIPA, Barbican and KeyStone.
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Nathan Reller

Software Engineer/Architect, Advanced Cloud Technologies, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Nathan Reller is the chief engineer for The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory's (JHU/APL) involvement with OpenStack. Nathan is a member of the Barbican core team and was influential in the Cinder volume encryption feature. He earned a M.S. and B.S. in computer science from Washington University in St. Louis. - See more... Read More →
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John Wood

Enterprise Architect on the Barbican Team, Rackspace
John is an Enterprise Architect at Rackspace, and a core developer for the Barbican key management project. He has been active in working with other contributors and projects to foster Barbican's integration into OpenStack. John received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.


Monday November 3, 2014 11:40 - 12:20
Room 243

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