DPDK summit Bangalore March 9th
(RSVP at meet up not enough, register at summit website https://www.regonline.com/registration/Checkin.aspx?EventID=2151252)
The DPDK summit covers the latest developments to the DPDK framework and other related projects, their application to a variety of industry segments including telecom, cloud, enterprise, security, and financial services. The event enables the DPDK open source community to share DPDK usage and implementation; to hear from DPDK developers, contributors, and users; and to build the DPDK community. Link to AGENDA - https://dpdkbangalore2018.sched.com/.
DPDK Hands-On Lab (March 10, 2018)
136, Kodihalli Main Rd, HAL 3rd Stage, HAL Airport Area, Kodihalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka[masked]
9:00 AM – 9:30 AM – Registration
9:30 AM – 11:30 AM – Centralized Emergency Traffic Optimizer NEV SDK
11:30 AM – 11:45 AM – 1st Tea Break
11:45 AM – 01:15 PM – DPDK hands on Lab
1:15 PM – 2:15 PM – Lunch
2:15 PM – 3:45 PM – NFVI Enabling Kit Demo/Lab
3:45 PM – 4:00 PM – 2nd Tea Break
Note: You must apply to attend this lab. RSVP at meet up not enough, apply at eventbrite link: http://bit.ly/2mU41YZ.
In this hands-on lab you will learn what is new with DPDK, how it is used in other projects such as fd.io, Kata Containers, and MEC. You will log on to servers with the latest Intel® Xeon® processors and follow along as instructors give step-by-step instructions. These labs are designed to give you a head start in the latest technology in virtualized packet processing. Attendance is by application only. We will review your application and notify you if it is approved. Your spot at the DPDK Lab is not confirmed until you receive an email from Intel indicating acceptance of your application. Click here to apply.
DPDK hands on Lab
What are latest new features DPDK brings into 2018?
We will provide an overview of the new features of the latest DPDK release including source code browsing and API listing of top two new features of latest DPDK release. And on top of that, there will be a hands-on lab, on the Intel® microarchitecture (code name Skylake) servers, to learn how getting started with DPDK will become much simpler and powerful.
NFVI Enabling Kit Demo/Lab
An easy-to-use, automatic, self-contained toolkit to accelerate ODM* benchmarking NFVi-ready server designs on Intel® Scalable Server platforms based on golden benchmark to characterize baseline performance test on DPDK, QAT and OVS, running on a single Xeon SP server.
Centralized Emergency Traffic Optimizer NEV SDK
We will be showcasing our CETO (Centralized Emergency Traffic Optimizer), a V2X and connected cars use case utilizing mobile edge computing framework using edge and centralized computing and analytics engine. This use case will showcase how edge traffic control engine is used to find the shortest path and create fastest traffic route for emergency vehicles by clearing the traffic of each traffic junction before the emergency vehicle arrives at the junction. To calculate the path, it considers the current density of each traffic junction and predicted density on each junction on the emergency vehicle suggested using the analytics engine running on the edge node. Assuming all cars are connected cars, It also connects to each car to suggest an alternative route to their destination if the car is on the same path as ambulance to reduce traffic congestion and faster route for all the vehicles at the same time. There are three ways to show case it,
1) Using our cloud ran, MME, UE and Intel's MEC which will be deployed on their network. The challenge in this approach is we are still not very clear on the connectivity part during the hands-on session - i..e, connectivity of the laptop at the premise to the server that will run remotely in your New Mexico lab. Once we test this, we will be sure.
2) Complete our own setup including MEC on our own laptop - this will be the backup with very limited features. What to bring: Laptop