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Thursday, November 12 • 3:05pm - 3:25pm
Software Fastpath Quality Metrics & DPDK Keep-Alive - Maryam Tahhan, Intel

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In an age of Telecommunications Revolution, where evolving technology is completely changing the way we work, communicate, and even the way we live; data growth is exploding across the network. Although more users and devices are connected to the network than ever before, there is still an expectation that services are available whenever and wherever they are needed; and that those services meet a level of quality that is acceptable to the end user. Software Fastpath-service Quality Metrics (SFQM) is an OPNFV project that is focused on collecting and monitoring the Telco performance and traffic indicators of DPDK packet processing paths in the NFVI. This talk looks at the work undertaken by SFQM to expose DPDK performance metrics to OpenStack and the proposed feature that facilitates support for failover of DPDK enabled cores, which is referred to as DPDK Keep alive.

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Maryam Tahhan

Network Software Engineer, Intel Corporation
Maryam Tahhan is a Network Software Engineer at Intel Corporation. Her focus has been on virtual switching, virtual switch performance and enabling service assurance features in DPDK. She leads 2 open source projects in OPNFV: VSPERF (vSwitch Performance Characterization) and SFQM (Software Fastpath Service Quality Metrics). Maryam’s current focus is enabling Open APIs for Service Assurance for Intel Platforms


Thursday November 12, 2015 3:05pm - 3:25pm
Regency Ballroom B&C

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