Conclave 1.2 Release

Conclave aspires to be the industry’s simplest and quickest way for developers to build privacy-preserving applications. Today, we are pleased to announce the release of Conclave 1.2, with new features that radically simplify the development of your privacy-preserving application.

Conclave 1.2 introduces:

  • A cloud-based Key-Derivation Service , which enables you to deploy your application not tied to any one machine, so you easily migrate enclave data from one VM to another, unlock clusters and high-availability architectures, and enable seamless redeployment of VMs by cloud service providers.
  • Out-of-the-box support for data persistence , allows you to securely store data on the host even after restart or redeployment, including measures to protect against rollback attacks.
  • A Common Host to massively reduce the time and complexity of developing your host by removing the need to develop boilerplate hosting logic.
  • Big improvements in developer productivity - you can now write your enclave code in Java 11, and we’re excited to now offer experimental support for Python. And with the new Conclave Init tool, it is easier than ever to set up your Conclave project.

We offer a number of resources to help you start building with Conclave 1.2:

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach us at: