Breaking Out of the HSM Box
Benjamin Levine, Director of Product Management, Security Solutions Business Unit, Marvell
October 22, 10:10 AM PDT
Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) have existed for almost 50 years. A typical HSM is a physical box located in a business or on a private LAN that stores and protects keys and performs cryptographic operations. But, as businesses move off-premises and into the cloud, this model is no longer viable. This presentation will explore a new paradigm that provides businesses with flexible, scalable, distributed, high-performance HSMs designed specifically for the cloud and lights-out datacenters without compromising on security.
A High-Performance Infrastructure Processor to Support the Network Transformation
Wilson Snyder, Distinguished Architect, Marvell
October 28, 11:10 AM PDT
Infrastructure processors, a combination of compute, networking, and programmable accelerators, are required across the entire network. This presentation explores these end-to-end networking requirements and discloses how the architecture of OCTEON CN98xx DPU was designed to meet them. Architecture disclosures include innovations in caching, hardware scheduling, virtualization provisioning, traffic management, inline cryptography, regular expression hardware, and more.