Software Engineering Institute | Carnegie Mellon University
Software Engineering Institute | Carnegie Mellon University
SEI Podcast Series
September 29, 2016

Network Flow and Beyond

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Timothy J. Shimeall

"The interesting question is are there departures from the diurnal curve? Is there a sudden interruption? Is there a particularly high spike? Now, I can turn to other data sources to help me drill down and understand that. Can I look at my firewall records and see whether or not there was some interruption in terms of blocked traffic or network connection problems with respect to that? Can I look at my web server logs and see whether or not there was a big spike of activity for whatever reason?"

"The interesting question is are there departures from the diurnal curve? Is there a sudden interruption? Is there a particularly high spike? Now, I can turn to other data sources to help me drill down and understand that. Can I look at my firewall records and see whether or not there was some interruption in terms of blocked traffic or network connection problems with respect to that? Can I look at my web server logs and see whether or not there was a big spike of activity for whatever reason?"
September 15, 2016

A Community College Curriculum for Secure Software Development

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Girish Seshagiri

"This initiative will succeed if it is employer driven. These are the people that have the jobs. Those are the people that you need to have on board to actually pay the apprentice an apprentice wage, so we do not have the student debt and all of that.  "

"This initiative will succeed if it is employer driven. These are the people that have the jobs. Those are the people that you need to have on board to actually pay the apprentice an apprentice wage, so we do not have the student debt and all of that.  "
August 25, 2016

Security and the Internet of Things

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Art Manion

"The car is a safety-critical system, right? You need the brakes to work, the throttle, the steering, and all these things. What we are doing now is connecting the car to the Internet in a variety of ways."

"The car is a safety-critical system, right? You need the brakes to work, the throttle, the steering, and all these things. What we are doing now is connecting the car to the Internet in a variety of ways."
August 10, 2016

The SEI Fellow Series: Nancy Mead

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Nancy R. Mead

"Even in high school my very first formal teaching job was tutoring one of my classmates who wanted to go to college but was struggling with the academic math requirements. That caused me to be interested in it. Then, at IBM, I was manager of an education team that taught software engineering and I continued to teach at universities part-time, here and there, when the opportunity presented itself."

"Even in high school my very first formal teaching job was tutoring one of my classmates who wanted to go to college but was struggling with the academic math requirements. That caused me to be interested in it. Then, at IBM, I was manager of an education team that taught software engineering and I continued to teach at universities part-time, here and there, when the opportunity presented itself."
July 28, 2016

An Open Source Tool for Fault Tree Analysis

 Jeffrey Smith (Microsoft)

Julien Delange

"We came up with this new tool called EMFTA. This tool is totally integrated into Eclipe and allows you to edit and design your fault tree. It is totally open source."

"We came up with this new tool called EMFTA. This tool is totally integrated into Eclipe and allows you to edit and design your fault tree. It is totally open source."

Categories: Software Architecture