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< BACK TO TOPICSThe Rise of Programmable Networks

How networking development has changed in the past 10 years, moving from once-a-year product releases to continuous open source development. 1. From hardware and firmware to containers and BPF 2. Different SDN approaches – specifically BPF 3. Looking forward to further BPF developments 4. Analytics and Monitoring 5. SmartNICS 6. BPF in the Cloud
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Brenden Blanco
Staff Engineer at VMware
Brenden works in the NSBU R&D team, where he focuses on improving performance and programmability in the NSX Edge product. He recently joined VMware through the acquisition of PLUMgrid, where he worked on developing new virtual networking open source technologies for use in Linux-based operating systems. Brenden is an active developer on and evangelist of IO Visor, a Linux Foundation project aiming to bring new innovations in the space of in-kernel analytics and data plane programmability.

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Event: future:net

Where: Las Vegas, Nevada

When: August 30 - 31, 2017

Venue: Four Seasons Hotel