NetDev 1.2 challenges

Posted by Zevenet | 15 September, 2016 | Announces

New Netdev edition, new networking challenges. Among all the 29 keynotes, talks, workshops, tutorials and BoFs of this edition, the next Netdev 1.2 becomes a great opportunity to challenge the network limits with the real state-of-the-art in terms of networking developments.

New challenges to be taken into consideration in Netdev 1.2 are:

Networking acceleration with
Fast Programmable Networks & Encapsulated Protocols
XDP workshop: Introduction, experience, and future development
Network Performance workshop
Making Linux TCP Fast
Accelerating Linux IP Virtual Server with OpenNPU
Linux Forwarding Stack Fastpath
Stacked Vlan: Performance Improvement and Challenges
Accelerating container network with channel based IO

Networking security with
IPsec workshop
Kernel TLS (Transport Layer Security) Socket
The adventures of a Suricate in eBPF land

Networking optimization with
TC extended workshop
Encapsulation OffloadsLCO, GSO_PARTIAL, TSO_MANGLEID, and Why Less is More
Implementing IPv6 Segment Routing
Scaling with multiple network namespaces in a single application
TLS Offload to Network Devices
Advanced programmability and recent updates with tc’s cls_bpf
Data center networking stack
Single Virtual function driver for current and future Intel Network devices
eBPF/XDP hardware offload to SmartNICs
Network interface configuration on a Linux NOS
Practical Guide to Run an IEEE 802.15.4 Network with 6LoWPAN under Linux
VNIC offloads fact or fiction?

Networking virtualization with
Using SR-IOV offload with application like openVswitch
Introduction to switchdev SR-IOV offloads

and Networking userspace tools evolution like
nftables workshop
User Space TCP – Getting LKL ready for the Prime Time Use

Keep informed with the latest technology @Netdev1.2 in Tokyo.
See you there!

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