Ozone — The multi-instance state management system

Flynn Buckingham
Dec 19, 2017 · 5 min read

Wait… What?

A better example…


Securing the sub-system

This is what happens when Ozone detects an insecure sub-system

Ozone requires the sub-system (basically the directory it runs within) to be owned and only editable by the root user before booting.

An example of the tar/sha256 indexing in action

State management and intentions


MAKE_ME_A_PENCIL if it was an actual robotic function... The global state could represent the physical world.

In closing

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