Use case highlights
Edge computing is in action as Red Hat assists the International Space Station Missions using Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform to further validate and push the concept of widespread edge computing in space toward reality.
Various experiments can be conducted at the International Space Station in an environment (microgravity) different from that on the ground. The deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) sequencing project was selected to allow for the identification of microbes onboard the International Space Station (ISS). However, the data collected from ISS had to be transmitted to the ground and analyzed was time-consuming. Red Hat built a DNA sequencing analysis system on the ISS to perform these tasks directly on-premise. With this system, if someone requests a new job from the ground, analysis can be performed directly from the ISS and transmitted to the ground without the overhead of data transmission.
In this webinar, we will discuss:
Core pillars and tenants of zero trust
Challenges and obstacles of zero trust and how to overcome them
Zero trust maturity and capability model
Tying Red Hat into the maturity and capability models
John Dvorak, Emerging Technology Specialist, Public Sector, Red Hat,
Kenny Peeples, Cybersecurity Architect, Public Sector, Red Hat
Mike Epley, Chief Architect, Public Sector, Red Hat
Naeem Altaf, IBM Distinguished Engineer and CTO Space Tech, IBM Cloud