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The ideal versus the real: A brief history of secure isolation in virtual machines and containers

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The common perception in both academic literature and and the industry today is that virtual machines offer better security, while containers offer better performance, however a detailed review of the history of these technologies and the current threats they face reveals a very different story.

This talk is an early preview of a survey paper covering key developments in the history of virtual machines and containers from the 1950’s to today, with an emphasis on shattering myths and seeking a viable path forward for secure isolation in large-scale multitenant deployments such as cloud and containers.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Security Seminar series.

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