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Netronome Broadens OpenStack Support

By Mark Guinther | Oct 26, 2016

By now it’s clear that OpenStack is a standard for cloud deployments around the world, including some of the largest retailers and network operators. OpenStack has evolved quickly over the past few years, and continuous innovation has played a key role in OpenStack adoption.

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Getting the Most From Multicore Servers

By Mark Guinther | May 13, 2016

Multicore CPUs enjoy a wonderful marriage with virtualization, which has revolutionized the way we use computing resources. Multiple virtual machines (VMs) can come and go dynamically on a single hardware platform, allowing new applications and services to be quickly deployed. The concept of eight or more cores of computing power available in a chip is impressive until you realize how many of those cores are not readily available to run your applications because they are consumed with the overhead of managing network traffic.

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OpenStack Networking: Where to Next?

By Mark Guinther | Apr 25, 2016

On the heels of the OpenStack Summit in Austin this week, the OpenStack Foundation released a very enlightening User Survey. I read the survey with great interest, focusing on networking features in OpenStack.