Component-Oriented Access Control for Deployment of Application Services in Containerized Environments

@inproceedings{Belyaev2016ComponentOrientedAC,
  title={Component-Oriented Access Control for Deployment of Application Services in Containerized Environments},
  author={Kirill Belyaev and Indrakshi Ray},
  booktitle={CANS},
  year={2016}
}
With the advancements in multi-core CPU architectures, it is now possible for a server operating system (OS) such as Linux to handle a large number of concurrent application services on a single server instance. Individual service components of such services may run in different isolated environments, such as chrooted jails or application containers, and may need controlled access to system resources and the ability to collaborate and coordinate with each other in a regulated and secure manner… CONTINUE READING
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