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SecureStreams: A Reactive Middleware Framework for Secure Data Stream Processing

Abstract : The growing adoption of distributed data processing frame-works in a wide diversity of application domains challenges end-to-end integration of properties like security, in particular when considering deployments in the context of large-scale clusters or multi-tenant Cloud infrastructures. This paper therefore introduces SecureStreams, a reactive middleware framework to deploy and process securestreams at scale. Its design combines the high-level reactive data flow programming paradigm with low-level Intel's software guard extensions (SGX) in order to guarantee privacy and integrity of the processed data. The experimental results of SecureStreams are promising: while o ffering a fluent scripting language based on Lua, our middleware delivers high processing throughput, thus enabling developers to implement secure processing pipelines in just few lines of code.
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Aurélien Havet, Rafael Pires, Pascal Felber, Marcelo Pasin, Romain Rouvoy, et al.. SecureStreams: A Reactive Middleware Framework for Secure Data Stream Processing. DEBS'17 - The 11th ACM International Conference on Distributed and Event-Based Systems, Marta Patiño, Jun 2017, Barcelona, Spain. pp.124-133, ⟨10.1145/3093742.3093927⟩. ⟨hal-01510699v2⟩



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