This tutorial walks you through setting up PMEM emulation using regular DRAM on an Intel® processor with a Linux* kernel.
This tutorial will focus on the userspace NVMe driver provided by SPDK and will step you through a Hello World example.
Intel Intelligent Storage Acceleration Library (Intel ISA-L) generates cryptographic hashes fast using Intel AES-NI, SSE, AVX, and AVX2. This code sample will get you started coding.
This article shows step-by-step how to install DevStack in CentOS* 7 for those who are new to OpenStack.
The networking world is rife with buzz words like SDN, NFVs, Cloud, and Virtualized everything for network switches, routers, firewalls, load balancers, web servers, and other communication functions. Commodity NICs can replace expensive, specialized hardware devices for much less cost and can easily be reconfigured as requirements change. When you are ready for SDN/NFV, where to start, what to...
Learn how to build and configure the DPDK TestPMD application, and how to use it to check the performance and features of different network devices using DPDK.
This article shows how we used Intel® VTune™ Amplifier to identify and fix an MMIO transaction performance bottleneck at the microarchitecture level in OVS-DPDK.
This article walks you through configuration of OVS with DPDK for inter-VM application use cases. Create an OVS vSwitch bridge with two DPDK vhost-user ports, each connected to a separate VM, then use a simple iperf3 throughput test to evaluate performance.
Ubuntu distributions now include a standard system package for DPDK-enhanced Open vSwitch (openvswitch-switch-dpdk). In this article we walk you through the steps required to install, configure, and use this package for enhanced network throughput and performance.
Intel® Open Network Platform (Intel® ONP) is a reference architecture that provides engineering guidance and supports ecosystem enablement to encourage widespread adoption of SDN and NFV solutions in Telco, Enterprise, and Cloud Services. This article will detail how to quickly deploy and verify Intel ONP using virtual machines (VM).
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