On Wednesday, August 21 from 4:20-4:55 pm, Tingyu Zeng, active member in the security working group for EdgeX Foundry and Senior Principal Software Engineer, Security Lead for Dell Technologies, will present “An Agile Approach to Threat Modeling for Securing Open Source Projects.” He will share the experience on security threat modeling and risk assessment during the development of EdgeX Foundry and how to apply them to their next project. Add this to your schedule here.
Thursday, August 22:
At 10:25-10:30 am, Arpit Joshipura, General Manager, Networking, IoT & Edge Computing for the Linux Foundation, will give a Keynote Lightning Talk about all things at the edge. Add it to your schedule here.
At 3-3:35 pm, Malini Bhandaru, EdgeX Foundry community member and Sr. Staff Engineer at VMware, will present a session titled, “IoT Action at the Edge – EdgeX Foundry 1.0 Released!” She will provide all of the details and features for the new anchor production ready release like more nimble connectors to ever more things were added, including support for binary data formats for video and audio input, microservice infrastructure improvements to auto detect status of prerequisite services for faster initialization, security improvements, more automated tests, better documentation, delivering production quality and more. Add this to your schedule here.
Friday, August 23:
At 11:30 am-12:05 pm, Gavin Lu, EdgeX Foundry community member and R&D Director for VMware, will share insight in a session titled, “Open and Neutral Edge Computing Architecture on Heterogeneous Devices.“With open source software and open standard APIs, it is possible to build and maintain an open and neutral architecture on heterogeneous edge devices. Similar to IT infrastructure in data centers and clouds, edge device architecture could be put into infrastructure, app framework, software service layers, bottom up. Virtualization, Linux, containers, EdgeX Foundry, marketplaces, all are leveraged to build this layered open and neutral architecture for extensible edge computing. A set of OSS projects are built as the reference implementation. Add this to your schedule here.
At 3:15-3:50 pm, Yachen Wang, LF Edge Governing Board member and Head of Wireless & IoT Networking at Tencent, will give a presentation titled, “LF Edge: Edge Open Source to Enable 5G, IoT & AI Development.” In this presentation, attendees will receive an overview of LF including background on its projects, information on how the project aims to establish an open, interoperable framework for edge computing that is independent of hardware, silicon, cloud, or operating system and upcoming projects from LF Edge. Add this to your schedule here.