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Monday, October 13 • 3:30pm - 4:20pm
High Performance NFV Infrastructure (NFVI): DPDK Host Applications with Neutron/OpenStack and VNF Acceleration - Vincent Jardin, 6WIND

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The OpenStack community is building automation to create connectivity based on pre-built scenarios of Neutron configuring Linux functions. This creates an open networking environment with NFVI for VMs to run multi-vendor virtual network functions (VNFs). It also prevents single vendor solution lock-in and avoids building proprietary OpenStack plugins of Neutron. With DPDK and packet processing software to create NFVI, it is possible to keep this openness while both introducing performance and avoiding Neutron plugins for proprietary technologies. In this presentation, Vincent will show how DPDK applications can be combined on the host and guest of the network, and compute nodes of OpenStack scenarios, in order to sustain high performance for north-south and east-west traffic that is required for NFV solutions. 100 Gbps of packet processing throughput examples will be demonstrated.

Speakers
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Kelly LeBlanc

VP of Marketing, 6WIND
Vincent Jardin is 6WIND's CTO, joining 6WIND as a software architect after working at Ericsson Labs. He was promoted to CTO of 6WIND in 2006 to lead the development of 6WINDGate, the company’s flagship embedded networking software solution for multicore processors. Vincent is also in charge of developing the company’s patent portfolio. He co-founded the Quagga project, the open source project for routing, and remains one of its main... Read More →


Monday October 13, 2014 3:30pm - 4:20pm
Room 16