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Sikker : A High-Performance Distributed System Architecture for Secure Service-Oriented Computing

@inproceedings{McDonald2016SikkerA,
  title={Sikker : A High-Performance Distributed System Architecture for Secure Service-Oriented Computing},
  author={Nic McDonald and William J. Dally},
  year={2016}
}
In this paper, we present Sikker1, a high-performance distributed system architecture for secure service-oriented computing. Sikker includes a novel service-oriented application model upon which security and isolation policies are derived and enforced. The workhorse of Sikker is a custom network interface controller, called the Network Management Unit (NMU), that enforces Sikker’s security and isolation policies while providing high-performance network access. Sikker’s application model… 

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