This meetup is being hosted by the Out Of The Box Network Developers. Please register here! (https://www.meetup.com/Out-Of-The-Box-Network-Developers/events/239150878/)
Want to learn how the nuts and bolts (read various open source components) of Software defined networking and Network Function Virtualization work in the new landscape of scalable, agile and white box networking world?
This one-day lab will have deep-dive sessions and hands on labs led by experts. We have two parallel tracks here. While Track 1 focuses on how to use underlying infrastructure more effectively in a baremetal and VM environment using Open Stack, track 2 focuses on packet processing aspect of Virtual network functions on bare metal and container environment.
The value of this lab is not just to put your heads down and learn but also to work with other developers and leaders in the community and get inspired by them.
Agenda (subject to change):
Role of a Network Software Developer in Network Transformation - Sujata Tibrewala, Networking Community Manager/Evangelist, Intel
Opensource approach to design and deployment of Microservices based VNF - Prem Sankar G, Principal Engineer, Ericsson
Cache Consistency – Requirements and its packet processing Performance implications- Muthurajan Jayakumar, Technical Marketing Engineer
DPDK Hands-on Lab- Muthurajan Jayakumar, Technical Marketing Manager
OpenContrail SDN for Kubernetes - Vivekananda Shenoy, Cloud Network Virtualization Solution Architect, Juniper Networks
VPP - Jerome Tollet & Ed Warnicke, Cisco
Improving performance of your Network Application using Load Aware Libeventdev- Sundar Vedantham, Sr. Technical Manager
NIC Strategy/Roadmap - Jude Lee, Intel
Intel® Resource Director Technology (Intel® RDT) Hands-on Lab - Priya Autee, Software Engineer
Overview of Opendaylight Container Orchestration Engine project - Prem Sankar G, Principal Engineer, Ericsson
Deploying OpenDaylight and OpenStack at Ease - Pramod Raghavendra, OpenStack Developer
If you would like to attend, you must apply for consideration. The application can be found at https://goo.gl/forms/EVyjC7uUmjaqhrP93. Please note: Your spot at the Developer Lab is not confirmed until you receive an email from Intel indicating acceptance of your application. Applications will not be accepted after June 7, 2017.