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Track: Developer [clear filter]
Tuesday, March 15
 

4:10pm

Project Boulder : A Remedy to SDN App Fragmentation - Mathieu Lemay, Inocybe Technologies
This talk goes over the OSSDN Boulder Project: an Intent based compiler prototype that can to be used to write SDN applications that are portable across different controllers. Intents provide the ability to describe high level network logic that can be enforced and executed by a proper controller runtime. This specific runtime has been implemented for OpenDaylight and ONOS. The applications can be written in any orthogonal domain specific languages which also makes it portable across other SDN controllers.

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Mathieu Lemay

CEO, Inocybe Technologies
Mathieu Lemay is CEO of Inocybe Technologies, a company funded in 2005, a SDN pioneer and now specializing in Pure Play OpenDaylight-based deployment solutions, training and services. Mathieu has more than 20 years of experience in information technology. He earned a Master’s degree... Read More →


Tuesday March 15, 2016 4:10pm - 4:50pm
Grand Ballroom C Santa Clara Convention Center
 
Wednesday, March 16
 

2:15pm

OpenVSwitch and Trace Points: Getting Started in Open Source - Mick Tarsel, IBM
Our goal was to investigate the usage and performance of an OpenVSwitch (OVS) based virtual network in a Docker environment running on an IBM Power system. Our methodology involved scaling up the number of Docker containers and creating a large network load by running TCP bandwidth tests between pairs of containers. As a new member of this Networking team, I joined in the middle of this research and so this presentation will discuss lessons learned while pushing Docker and OVS to their limits. I will provide an overview of the OVS and Docker project but primarily focus on tracing tools. I used such tools as cscope, tcpdump, and perf with trace_event's for debugging in kernel and user space. The aim of this presentation is to show an example of how new developers can get started working on large projects, like OVS, with the help of open source tools.

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Mick Tarsel

Linux Networking Specialist, IBM
My previous technical speaking experience is at Clarkson University hosting the Open Source Institute meetings weekly. I graduated from Clarkson University in 2015 with B.S. in Computer Science. My interests has always been in computer networks and open source software. I started... Read More →


Wednesday March 16, 2016 2:15pm - 2:55pm
Grand Ballroom C Santa Clara Convention Center