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Chaired by: Nick McKeown, Stanford University; Jen Rexford, Princeton University.
Sponsored by: Netronome, Microsoft, Intel, Cisco & Barefoot Networks.
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Wednesday, November 18 • 3:00pm - 3:15pm
P4 and IO Visor for Building Datacenter Infrastructure Components

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This session will focus on how P4 language is ideally suited with IO Visor, programmable data plane and development tools to simplify the creation and sharing of dynamic “IO Modules” for building your datacenter block by block. These IO Modules can be used to create virtual network infrastructure, monitoring tools and security frameworks within your datacenter. You’ll also learn about eBPF, which enables infrastructure developers to create any in-kernel IO module and load/unload them at runtime, without recompiling or rebooting.

The IO Visor Project, Linux Foundation Collaboration Project, is an open source project and a community of developers to accelerate the innovation, development, and sharing of new IO and networking functions. It builds on the Linux community to bring open, flexible, distributed, secure and easy to operate technologies that enable any stack to run efficiently on any physical infrastructure.

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avatar for Brenden Blanco, PLUMgrid

Brenden Blanco, PLUMgrid

Brenden is an Architect in the CTO Office at PLUMgrid where he works on designing software networking infrastructures and analytics tools for Linux. Specifically, he is a key contributor to the IO Visor project, a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project geared towards creating a platform for open programmable data planes for modern IO and networking applications.



Wednesday November 18, 2015 3:00pm - 3:15pm
McCaw Hall - Presentations

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