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Device Configuration Synthesis with NetComplete on Software Gone Wild

When I was still at university the fourth-generation programming languages were all the hype, prompting us to make jokes along the lines “fifth generation will implement do what I don’t know how” The research team working in Networked Systems Group at ETH Zurich headed by prof. Laurent Vanbever got pretty close. The description of their tool says:Read more ...

-1 sJUN 21
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Device Configuration Synthesis with NetComplete on Software Gone Wild

Programmable Packet Forwarding Pipelines Using P4 on Software Gone Wild

Every time a new simple programming language is invented, we go through the same predictable cycle:Tons of hype;Unbounded enthusiasm when people who never worked in target environment realize they could get something simple done in a short time;Ever-worsening headaches as the enthusiasts try to get a real job done with the shiny new tool;Disappointment;A more powerful language is invented to replace the old one. A few years ago we experienced the same cycle when OpenFlow was the-one-tool-to-bind-them all.Read more ...

-1 sMAY 17
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Programmable Packet Forwarding Pipelines Using P4 on Software Gone Wild

Using Faucet to Build SC18 Network with OpenFlow

Remember how Nick Buraglio tried to use OpenDaylight to build a small part of SuperComputing conference network… and ended up with a programmable patch panel? This time he repeated the experiment using Faucet SDN Controller – an OpenFlow controller focused on getting the job done – and described his experience in Episode 101 of Software Gone Wild. We started with the usual “what problem were you trying to solve” and quickly started teasing apart the architecture and got geekily focused on interesting things like:Read more ...

-1 sAPR 19
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Using Faucet to Build SC18 Network with OpenFlow

Latest Episodes

Device Configuration Synthesis with NetComplete on Software Gone Wild

When I was still at university the fourth-generation programming languages were all the hype, prompting us to make jokes along the lines “fifth generation will implement do what I don’t know how” The research team working in Networked Systems Group at ETH Zurich headed by prof. Laurent Vanbever got pretty close. The description of their tool says:Read more ...

-1 sJUN 21
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Device Configuration Synthesis with NetComplete on Software Gone Wild

Programmable Packet Forwarding Pipelines Using P4 on Software Gone Wild

Every time a new simple programming language is invented, we go through the same predictable cycle:Tons of hype;Unbounded enthusiasm when people who never worked in target environment realize they could get something simple done in a short time;Ever-worsening headaches as the enthusiasts try to get a real job done with the shiny new tool;Disappointment;A more powerful language is invented to replace the old one. A few years ago we experienced the same cycle when OpenFlow was the-one-tool-to-bind-them all.Read more ...

-1 sMAY 17
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Programmable Packet Forwarding Pipelines Using P4 on Software Gone Wild

Using Faucet to Build SC18 Network with OpenFlow

Remember how Nick Buraglio tried to use OpenDaylight to build a small part of SuperComputing conference network… and ended up with a programmable patch panel? This time he repeated the experiment using Faucet SDN Controller – an OpenFlow controller focused on getting the job done – and described his experience in Episode 101 of Software Gone Wild. We started with the usual “what problem were you trying to solve” and quickly started teasing apart the architecture and got geekily focused on interesting things like:Read more ...

-1 sAPR 19
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Using Faucet to Build SC18 Network with OpenFlow

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