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Monday, July 12 • 5:00pm - 5:30pm
Getting Past Incubation: DPDK for Windows Platform Goes Mainstream - Harini Ramakrishnan, Microsoft; Pallavi Kadam, Intel; Tal Shnaiderman & Dmitry Kozlyuk, NVIDIA

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The Windows networking stack is evolving to meet the insatiable demands of today's workloads. DPDK is at the crux of this transformation towards building a predictable, high bandwidth, low latency networking data plane.   DPDK Windows platform support was first introduced in 2018 through  a disconnected POC. Ever since, significant effort has been made to integrate with upstream DPDK. Today, through community driven leadership, each new of release of DPDK can build and run successfully on Windows. In this presentation, we will review the Core Libraries, APIs, Device drivers and sample applications that are functional on Windows Platform. We will highlight learnings, challenges, improvements, and trade-offs made to retain cross-platform compatibility. We will share a preview of the roadmap and DPDK's role in accelerating the Windows Networking stack. 


Harini Ramakrishnan

Senior Program Manager, Microsoft
Harini Ramakrishnan is a program manager at Microsoft managing the lowest layers of the Windows Networking stack including DPDK and the network driver framework.  

Monday July 12, 2021 5:00pm - 5:30pm UTC
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