Interested in high-performance NFV and eliminating bottlenecks? Whether you want to be a part of the live DemoFriday™ or simply want to be the first to know when the archived event is published to SDNCentral, sign up for this edition of DemoFriday™. 6WIND and Red Hat are teaming up to present a demo of high-performance NFV for a routing virtual network function (VNF) using 6WINDGate high-performance packet processing software and Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform, and you will not want to miss it.
The presentation will feature the 6WINDGate Open vSwitch (OVS) Acceleration module, a key feature for appliances based on generic platforms that makes it possible for customers to build high-performance networking applications using standard Linux OSs, hypervisors, and management without modifying existing architecture.
Join Yann Rapaport, product manager with 6WIND, and Red Hat’s Glenn Rudolph, global partner and alliances ISV, as they teach you how to build NFVI to increase performance for VNFs such as virtual routing and security applications. They will cover:
- How 6WINDGate can accelerate virtual switch function to deliver more than 10x performance transparently without having to recompile the standard OVS
- How to accelerate virtual switch function without changing anything in Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform, the Kernel-based virtual machine (KVM)/QEMU hypervisor, or the OpenFlow controller
- How the 6WINDGate OVS Acceleration module can help users extend their existing Red Hat solutions based on OVS, KVM/QEMU, or OpenStack to build high-performance applications on virtual equipment.
Sign up now for the DemoFriday™ with 6WIND and Red Hat. We will webcast the demo of high-performance NFV for a routing virtual network function (VNF) live on Friday, May 23, at 10:00 a.m. PDT, and registration is complementary for SDNCentral members. To become a member, join here — membership is free! (Note: this event has passed. You can view the archive here.)
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