May 8-11, 2017

Event Details

OpenStack Performance with OvS-DPDK for NFV and Connection Tracking

This talk analyzes the performance of OvS-DPDK in two situations relevant to OpenStack.

First, the speakers will analyze the performance of the OvS-DPDK connection tracker, which plays a critical role in protecting tenants and application workloads from network-based attacks. They will demo and walkthrough theirs findings with different test topologies that includes multiple VMs, bridges with thousands of connections. They will showcase Vtune results for specific bottlenecks and discuss mitigation strategies.

Second, the speakers will analyze the performance of OvS-DPDK for Network Function Virtualization (NFV). This part of the talk will describe a few real world deployment with OvS-DPDK and walk through various scenarios. This includes latency details, scalability, NUMA node aware allocation, Classifier bottleneck, Noisy neighbor and hardware acceleration features.

Wednesday, May 10, 11:00am-11:40am
Level: Advanced
Intel - shannon, Software Developer
Sugesh Chandran is a network software engineer with Intel. His work is primarily focused on accelerated software switching solutions in the user space running on Intel® architecture. His contributions to Open vSwitch with DPDK include tunneling acceleration and enabling hardware acceleration in OVS-DPDK. Before joining Intel he has been involved in developing features for Cisco and Procurve... FULL PROFILE
Intel Corporation, Software Engineer
Bhanuprakash is a software engineer at Intel Corporation focusing on virtual switching solutions. Before joining Intel he has been involved in building Telecom solutions for Asian mobile operators and had significant contributions towards fastpath optimization in vEPC. He also worked on building reliable Fronthaul solution at a startup that built vRAN using Ethernet fronthaul. He is also... FULL PROFILE