In recent years some high performance networking code has moved into user space, by utilizing systems such as netmap(4) and DPDK (http://dpdk.org/). In this session we'll discuss current and future development of APIs necessary to give applications the access they need to networking hardware.


* State of Play (APIs we have today)

* What's missing?

* Lining up Applications (Extending kernel bypass APIs to understand CPU and memory resources.)


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Julien Charbon

Florent Guiliani

Stephen Hurd

Patrick Kelsey

Jonathan Looney

Jeremiah Lott

David Maxwell

Ravi Pokala

Doug Rabson

Luigi Rizzo

Matt Smith

Jim Thompson


Hari Shanmugam

Ryan Stone


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