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vRAN Security Reference System Architecture

Course Overview

This course is a detailed guide on deploying VRAN security features using Intel's Bare Metal Reference Architecture (BMRA). It emphasizes the use of secure boot, container certification, and secure control plane communication in ORAN networks. The guide walks through the steps for system setup, deployment, and validation, highlighting the use of technologies such as Intel® Boot Guard, UEFI Secure Boot, Kubernetes’ Cosign and Sigstore, and Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) and KMRA. The key takeaway is the demonstration of the implementation and ease of deployment of security features for ORAN network functions using Intel's reference system architecture.

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Chapter Overview

This chapter provides a comprehensive overview of vRAN security reference architecture. It emphasizes the adoption of ORAN standards and showcases how Intel® technologies address ORAN security requirements, focusing on secure boot, container certification, and secure control plane communications. The course highlights the use of technologies such as Intel® Boot Guard, UEFI Secure Boot, Kubernetes’ Cosign and Sigstore, and Intel® Software Guard Extensions to meet the security requirements of vRAN platforms. It concludes by offering a detailed quick start guide for hands-on deployment of the vRAN security reference architecture, empowering the audience to implement and realize the architecture.

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