Network Virtualization I track

Wednesday, September 18, 2013 from 10:50am12:40pm
Celestin G

The Linux Plumbers 2013 Microconference- Networking Virtualization track focuses on general Linux Network Virtualization and related technologies. Emphasis will be on emerging technologies around network virtualization and how they can be best integrated into the Linux networking stack.

The goal of the Network Virtualization track is to help guide all of this emerging technology in Linux towards some unified infrastructure and APIs.

Microconference Leaders

Tom Herbert, Chris Wright

Sessions for this track

* Contrail vRouter implementation and performance enhancement

A look at the Contrail vRouter kernel module and steps taken to enhance forwarding performance
Network Virtualization I
Raja Sivaramakrishnan

* From netmap to virtualization through openvswitch

Overview of netmap and derived tools and discussion on how they can help improving network virtualization.
Network Virtualization I
Luigi Rizzo

* Open vSwitch - the good, the bad and the ugly

This talk shares our experience with Open vSwitch from the past year, both as users and active developers.
Network Virtualization I
Jerry Chu

* Open vSwitch: Hardware assisted filtering

Discussion around the use of hardware assisted filtering capabilities found in modern networking hardware to offload the filtering of packets to the hardware.
Network Virtualization I
Thomas Graf

* OVS: from Open vSwitch to Open network Virtualization System

Explore ways to extend and merge existing networking mechanisms to address the needs of virtual network infrastructure
Network Virtualization I
Alexei Starovoitov