Network Function Virtualization has moved from idea to POC to implementation stage. Data plane packet processing is only part of the story of implementing an Industry standard Network Function. The challenge still remains to get bare metal performance from virtual machines.
This one-day lab will have deep-dive sessions and hands on labs led by experts from Intel talk about the various hardware and software technologies Intel has been working on to make the life of an NFV developer easier. There is no cost for the developer lab, but you must apply for consideration. The application can be found at http://bit.ly/2nCVWun.
Even if you’re not in the Bay Area, you can still attend. We will be live-webcasting four of our sessions so you can attend virtually from anywhere. For more information and updates, including how to register, visit the event webpage.
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