FM10K: Acceleration of Network Virtualized Workloads with a 25G/100G NIC - OVS Conference 2015





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Published on Nov 20, 2015

Presented by: Dan Daly, Intel

In this talk we will demonstrate the use of Intel(r) FM10000 based Ethernet adapters to accelerate workloads running over network virtualized infrastructure on standard high volume servers. Using Open vSwitch as the control point, these network adapters are able to accelerate the usage of virtual L2/L3 networks, ACLs applied across virtual domains, Network Address Translation and Service Function Chaining. When used in conjunction with an accelerated OVS, individual virtual network functions (VNFs) can use DPDK to set up filtering and traffic management functions to efficiently scale up to 100Gbs going into a single VNF, or into a set of VNFs working in concert. We will share performance results that demonstrate the efficient usage of a virtualized platform at 100Gb Ethernet line rates, and discuss the OVS implications of leveraging these platform specific capabilities.

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