Bye, bye Java - welcome back Solaris!
By martin on Aug 03, 2007
As of this week I am no longer working in the Java SE Security Team. I got tired of fixing other peoples' mistakes - I have a hard enough time fixing my own! It was a great place to work at, lots of clever, nice and cool people, but my job wasn't all that I thought it would be...
So what do I do now? I'm the security geek for .Sun engineering (DSE - Dot Sun Engineering), the group who run and operate most of Sun's external systems - like this one (blogs.sun.com).
My main focus is Solaris security, but I will also help the development teams to review the application security. I'm responsible for the security of the Solaris servers which run all the external sites - so that'll keep me busy :)
This mean that I now have legitimate reasons to play with Solaris Auditing again, so I've already started to help Tomas to alfa test the Remote Audit Trail Storage project. DSE will be a good test bed to see how well the project scales.