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OAT is compliant with OpenStack cloud. The short answer is to install the OAT project onto an OpenStack server. Here are the complete steps:

1 Install the OAT based attestation service on a server 2 Enable TPM and TXT in the BIOS on hosts 3 Install tboot and enable measured launch on hosts 4 Install host agent on hosts, then provision and register it into the attestation service 5 Configure the attestation service and provision the white list 6 Configure management tools for access to the attestation service See for reference: https://01.org/blogs/tlcounts/2014/openattestation-oat-project Also see Chapter 4 in: Building the Infrastructure for Cloud Security - A Solutions View - By Raghuram Yeluri , Enrique Castro-Leon http://www.apress.com/9781430261452 OR http://www.amazon.com/Building-Infrastructure-Cloud-Security-Solutions/dp/1430261455

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OAT is compliant with OpenStack cloud. The short answer is to install the OAT project onto an OpenStack server. Here are the complete steps:

 1  Install the OAT based attestation service on a server
  2  Enable TPM and TXT in the BIOS on hosts
  3  Install tboot and enable measured launch on hosts
  4  Install host agent on hosts, then provision and register it into the attestation service
  5  Configure the attestation service and provision the white list
  6  Configure management tools for access to the attestation service

See for reference: https://01.org/blogs/tlcounts/2014/openattestation-oat-project https://01.org/blogs/tlcounts/2014/openattestation-oat-project

Also see Chapter 4 in: Building the Infrastructure for Cloud Security - A Solutions View - By Raghuram Yeluri , Enrique Castro-Leon Castro-Leon

http://www.apress.com/9781430261452 OR

http://www.apress.com/9781430261452

OR

http://www.amazon.com/Building-Infrastructure-Cloud-Security-Solutions/dp/1430261455

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jtyler2gator