Our next meeting will be Tuesday, September 16th.
Doors open @ 6:30 PM,
Meeting begins @ 7:00 PM
Presenter: German Eichberger
Speaking on: OpenStack and Java
Presenter: Kevin O'Neil
Speaking on:Trusted Patient-Controlled Emergency Medical Agent
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San Diego, CA 92117
From Highway 5 exit east at Balboa
North on Morena Blvd.
|Equipment setup and mixer - Food Provided by: San Diego Java Users Group|
|Meeting begins, announcements|
|Speaker: German Eichberger|
Speaker: Kevin O'Neil
|Drawings - final announcements Meeting Ends, tear down, mixer|
Speaker: German Eichberger
Title: OpenStack and Java
Abstract: OpenStack (www.openstack.org) is a cloud computing project aimed at providing an infrastructure as a service. It is free and open-source software released under the terms of the Apache License. This talk will introduce the main components of OpenStack and show how to use the Java language bindings to create VMs, etc.
Speaker Bio: German Eichberger is a Principal Software Engineer with HP's Converged Cloud Division leading a team to develop the Open Stack Load Balancing as a Service offering. Prior to that he worked on several cloud related consumer projects for HP including Music clouds and storage clouds. He has been teaching Java classes for UCSD Extension and is currently teaching introductory computer classes for Mesa College.
Company Bio: HP is a multinational information technology corporation headquartered in Palo Alto.
Speaker: Kevin O'Neil
Title: Trusted Patient-Controlled Emergency Medical Agent
Abstract: Imagine a medical emergency that all the right people at the right moment have in their hands (smartphone) lifesaving information; and that patients can confidently assert control over their deployed emergency medical agents (identity) wherever they exists. Patients want direct control (78% - 2013 Survey on Medical Identity Theft) and we propose to provide that control and save lives in a secure privacy respectful manner.
Essential engineering and business model issues/opportunities:
Evolving mobile/cloud security and trust ecosystem
Escalating abuse of electronic health records, resistance by industry to adopt patient-controlled medical identity
ARM – Trustzone, Trusted Execution Environment (TEE)
Samsung Knox: TrustZone Integrity Measurement Architecture (TIMA), bundling app and Knox container, MDM API, Android L
Qualcomm mobile security future
GlobalPlatform, Trustonic, G&D, Gemalto and Trusted Service Manager (TSM) role, SDKs, licensing, revenue share
Intel Trusted Execution Technology (TXT), Software Guard Extensions (SGX),
Secure Elements: SafeNet, Gemalto, …