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Red Hat Summit and DevNation 2016

Software-defined networking (SDN) fundamentals for NFV, OpenStack, and containers

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Red Hat has solved the problems of fast packet processing and orchestration of VMs and containers. With software-defined networking (SDN) gaining traction, administrators are faced with technologies that they need to integrate into their infrastructure. Red Hat Enterprise Linux offers a robust foundation for SDN implementations that are based on an open source standard technologies and designed for deploying containers, OpenStack, and network function virtualization (NFV). We'll dissect the technology stack involved in SDN and introduce the latest Red Hat Enterprise Linux options designed to address the packet processing requirements of virtual network functions (VNFs), such as Open vSwitch (OVS), single root I/O virtualization (SR-IOV), PCI Passthrough, and DPDK accelerated OVS.

In this session, we'll:

  • Examine the various alternatives for achieving enhanced packet processing with Red Hat Enterprise Linux .
  • Provide working examples of networking configurations for deploying Red Hat OpenStack Platform.
  • Review enhancements introduced during the latest development cycles, such as OpenStack Neutron quality of service (QoS) support, distributed virtual routing (DVR), and integration with DPDK accelerated Open vSwitch.


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