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From: Jill Lovato <jlovato@linuxfoundation.org>
To: announce@dpdk.org
Subject: [dpdk-announce] You're Invited: DPDK Userspace, Sept. 19-20, Bordeaux, France
Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2019 15:22:41 -0700	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <CANA499HCNHPUGn+boJHhYaQRUgTBDVtqst8waKF6TAAu5wBh6Q@mail.gmail.com> (raw)

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DPDK Community,

We invite you to attend the upcoming DPDK Userspace
event, happening September 19-20 in Bordeaux, France.

DPDK Userspace, the community’s flagship event which brings together users
and developers, is going on the road and headed to in Bordeaux, France.

This year’s agenda will focus on 4 topics:

        - new APIs (mbuf, Ethernet, IPsec, regex, DMA, PRNG)

        - algorithms (performance, lock-free, virtio failover, QoS)

        - use cases (storage, NFV, Docker, Kubernetes, Alibaba)

        - community process (CI, tooling, ABI stability)

Join us in France to learn about the future of data plane acceleration.
More details are included below, including the event agenda and how to




08:00: Registration

09:00: Introduction

09:30: Dynamic mbuf - Thomas Monjalon, Mellanox

10:00: Which Standard for Ethernet Statistics? - Thomas Monjalon, Mellanox


10:45: Recent Advances in DPDK IPSec - Konastantin Ananiev, Intel

11:15: DPDK Regex Device - Shahaf Shuler, Mellanox

11:45: Adding Eventdev support in IP-secgw and other apps - Hemant Agrawal,

12:00: Accelerating Memory Copy with the DMA Copy Library - Jiayu Hu, Intel

12:30: LUNCH

13:45: DPDK Thread-Safe High Performance Pseudo-Random Number Generation -
Mattias Rooblom, Ericsson

14:15: Better Development with Robots - Aaron Conole, RedHat

14:30: DPDK Community Updates - John McNamara, Intel

15:00 Community Survey Analysis and Conclusion - Honnappa Nagarahalli, Arm

15:15: DPD.org Services, Latest and Future Planned Improvements - Ali
Alnubani, Mellanox


16:15: Introduction to the New DPDK Vulnerabilities Management Process -
Maxime Coquelin

16:30: DPDK LTS Update - Kevin Traynor, RedHat

17:00 Does DPDK Need a Stable ABI? - Stephen Hemminger, Microsoft & Ray
Kinsells, Intel



9:00: Integrating RCU Library with Data Structures - Honnappa Nagarahalli,

9:30: Current Sorry State of c11 Code and Suggestions for Fix It - Phil
Yang, Arm

10:00 Arm64 WFE Mechanism and Use Cases in DPDK - Gavin Hu, Arm


11:00 DPDK Build System Status and Plans - Bruce Richardson, Intel

11:15: What is Wrong with Existing Packet Capture (and How to Fix It) -
Stephen Hemminger, Microsoft

11:30: Virtion-net Failover in DPDK - Jen Freimann, RedHat

12:00: DPDK-Accelerated Partial Offload for Fine-Grained HQoS - Rosen Xu,

12:30 LUNCH

14:00 Higher Guaranteed Performance for DPDK Threads via New Power Library
Changes - David Hunt, Intel

14:30: Measure Software Performance of Data Plane Applications - Harry van
Haaren, Intel

15:00: rte Flow at Large-Scale in Production is Really Happening - Alex
Rosenabum, Mellanox


16:00 DPDK Expands Into Storage Domain - Darek Stojaczyk & Fiona Trahe,

16:30: Docker VNFs and Packet Throughput Using Lib 1 Net and DPDK - Anthony
Fee, Emutex

16:45: State of DPDK in Network Service Mesh - Frederick Kautz, Doc.ai

17:00: Conclusion

17:30: Permanent Exhibition Tour at La Cite du Vin


DPDK Userspace 2019 is complimentary to attend. To register, visit this link

Please send any questions to events@dpdk.org and we hope to see many of you
in Bordeaux!

*Jill Lovato*
Senior PR Manager
The Linux Foundation
Phone: +1.503.703.8268

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