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Wednesday, February 5 • 10:00am - 10:50am
Supporting an Optimized vSwitch with OpenDayLight, Uri Elzur, Intel and Brian Skerry, Intel

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ODL provides key components to enable open source SDN controller. In many cases the nodes on the South Bound are virtualized servers featuring a vSwitch. Improving the vSwitch, ensuring feature richness and adequate performance can draw more applications to ODL.

What are the technical challenges and the proposed improvements to ODL in order to get an optimized vSwitch on the South to perform optimally? What applications can expect to benefit and to what extent? Are there any generic lessons for SB plugins that we have learned in the process?

In this talk we will present the above and would try to rally community support around the project and outline roadmap for additional improvements in the future.

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Uri Elzur

intel
Uri Elzur is a chief technologists for Intel's Network Product Group, SDN/NFV division. In this role, Uri is responsible for creating SDN/NFV technical strategy, open source top-to-bottom stack architectures and influence the server platforms. | | Uri is a networking specialist with more than 25 years of industry experience and a proven track record of creating innovative product architectures, strategies and intellectual property in Networking... Read More →
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Brian Skerry

Brian is an architect within CSIG working on Intel's SDN (Software Defined Networking) and NFV (Network Function Virtualization) initiatives. He has been working with industry partners on a number of proof points, and is currently involved in developing a reference platform for SDN/NFV for telco and data center use cases. Previously Brian has been a SW architect for a number of platforms targeted at the communications industry.


Wednesday February 5, 2014 10:00am - 10:50am
Grand Ballroom B

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