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The crossing of cloud and HPC environments often leads us to questions of how security in an HPC cloud environment can be implemented, enforced and ensured without the need to compromise performance. This working group strives to provide recommendations that can answer these questions.
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High Performance Computing
Working Group Overview

The crossing of cloud and HPC environments often leads us to questions of how security in an HPC cloud environment can be implemented, enforced and ensured without the need to compromise performance. This working group strives to provide recommendations that can answer these questions.


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Working Group Leadership

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Ong Guan Sin

Ong Guan Sin

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Andrew Howard

Andrew Howard

​Cloud Team Manager, National Computational Infrastructure Canberra Australia

Andrew has many decades of hands-on technical, diplomatic and logistics experience covering a wide range of standard and bespoke technologies, languages and applications within Industry, Government, Academia and Research nationally and internationally.


He is a member of the APAN Program Committee, Co-Chair of the APAN E-Culture and Asia Pacific Research Platform working groups and the Lead judge on the SCA19 Data Movement C...

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Publications in ReviewOpen Until
The Six Pillars of DevSecOps - Pragmatic ImplementationOct 10, 2022
Security Guidance for Critical Areas of Focus in Cloud Computing v5 - OutlineDec 07, 2022
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The Six Pillars of DevSecOps - Pragmatic Implementation

Open Until: 10/10/2022

This document provides a high-level overview of the various tools and processes that should be considered when building out...

Security Guidance for Critical Areas of Focus in Cloud Computing v5 - Outline

Open Until: 12/07/2022

The proposed outline for the Cloud Security Alliance Security Guidance for Critical Areas of Focus in Cloud Computing v5 is...