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Chris Luke

Comcast
Sr. Principal Engineer
Greater Philadelphia Area
Since joining Comcast in early 2011, Chris has taken a lead role in the architecture and practical application of programmable behaviors in the Comcast network. As a Sr. Principal Engineer within the Network Architecture group, Chris developed the framework for network automation which provides the foundation for Comcast’s SDN strategy. He is now working towards the goal of common dataplanes, improved application/network interactions and ubiquitous IPv6. Chris also actively serves as teacher and mentor for internal training programs aiming to give network engineers the skills to operate in a more software-driven world.

Chris is currently the Chairperson of the OpenDaylight Advisory Group, a committer on the FD.io VPP project and a member of the P4 design group.

Chris’ background prior to Comcast has seen him build global multi-service IP networks, contribute code to critical parts of the Linux and FreeBSD kernels, support open-source routing daemon projects like Bird and Quagga and everything in between.