Application Platform 2.0 on LynxSecure

By LynuxWorks, Inc.

To make cloud computing more secure, the TransLattice Application Platform 2.0 was ported onto the latest version of the LynxSecure separation kernel and hypervisor


  • Essentially LynuxWorks takes the concept of partitioning, which isolates individual applications into separate partitions so they are protected if another application is hit by a form of malware
  • The attacks are limited to a single partition
  • Communication between each partition is controlled by policies set by the system administrator and secured via another LynuxWorks tool called “LynxSecure,â€? which enables multiple guest operating systems and their applications to run securely on a single platform
  • The TransLattice Application Platform integrates physical appliances and cloud instances to create a network of distributed computing resources for running enterprise applications
  • Within the new solution, versions of the TransLattice platform reside in the LynxSecure partitions on a single hardware platform
  • This can be implemented for different classification levels for applications and data, or for multiple departments or entities that share a single cloud infrastructure

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