April 3-5 | San Jose, California
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Friday, April 5 • 1:50pm - 2:20pm
Using Network Acceleration for an Optimized Edge Cloud Server Architecture - Ron Renwick, Netronome & My D. Truong, Packet Labs

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With the rise of cloud-native principles, applications are increasingly able to take advantage of diverse, specialized and distributed infrastructure. The emergence of Edge Cloud solutions promises faster and more immersive application experiences, as well as infrastructure primitives for 5G, IoT, mobility, and more.  However, this new resource comes with space and power constraints that can only be overcome by using new disaggregated architectures that leverage network acceleration and optimally sized CPUs. The session will highlight how the capabilities unleashed by hardware offload of eBPF in edge cloud microservers will enable developers to efficiently leverage the massive amounts of data on the edge and to create next-generation real-time applications.  


My D. Truong

Senior Director, Packet Labs
My D. Truong is a Senior Director at Packet Labs, where he works with a team focused on applied research and development. The mission is "to build a better Internet" by focusing on community engagement at the Edge. Prior to Packet, My served in various technical roles at Molex, Uber... Read More →

Ron Renwick

VP of Products, Netronome
Ron Renwick serves as VP of Products at Netronome Systems. In this role, Ron is responsible for all existing Netronome hardware products and development of future solutions. With extensive background in server adapters for networking and storage, Ron understands the challenges and... Read More →

Friday April 5, 2019 1:50pm - 2:20pm