The folks here at Intel see me as a bit of an Ubuntu fanboy. For the most part, I spend a lot of time in the lab working on the ONP Server using CentOS.
The Intel® Developer Forum 2015 took place August 18–20 in San Francisco. Intel® also sponsored a day-long Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) and Network Builders Summit on August 17, 2015. There were several interesting sessions at the conference relating to Network Functions Virtualization (NFV). In this blog post, we look at some of the highlights and share pointers to session slides or...
Learn about Open Platform for Network Functions Virtualization* (OPNFV*), how it relates to Intel® Open Network Platform (Intel® ONP), and how Intel is contributing to OPNFV.
A number of usage models are possible given the flexible interfaces provided by the Cache Allocation Technology (CAT) feature, including prioritization of important applications and isolation of applications to reduce interference.
This article provides a snapshot of some of the software-enabling collateral available for the Cache Allocation Technology (CAT) feature.
This article provides a number of Memory Bandwidth Monitoring (MBM) example proof points and discussion fitting with the usage models described in previous articles.