Netronome is releasing libkefir, a library for converting network filtering rules into BPF programs, in a simple and efficient way! But how does it work? What is it for? Fear not, for all your questions will [hopefully!] be addressed in this blog.
An announcement yesterday about a $200M investment in a data center silicon startup in Silicon Valley was a momentous revival of the glorious past. This has not happened in while, in such a mammoth scale. Even on a smaller scale, the focus lately has been on silicon related to machine learning and inferencing.
Time flies! One year has passed already since our coverage of FOSDEM 2018, and the 2019 edition shows that eBPF continues to draw a lot of attention! The event took place as usual in Brussels, on the first weekend of February. In spite of the snow that fell on the Belgian capital most of the day Saturday, more than 8,000 people were expected to attend what might be the biggest Open Source event in Europe.
The ODSA workgroup held its (First) Workshop on January 29th. We had a very good turnout - almost 70 attendees from 30 plus companies and with 12 speakers from 8 companies.