Qosmos Presents on Vector Packet Processing (VPP) and VNF Performance at SDN & OpenFlow World Congress 2016
Summary: During a conference session at the event, Qosmos will describe how VPP can be used to build applications faster, improve VNF performance and run multiple applications
Paris, France – October 4, 2016: Qosmos®, the market leader in embedded IP traffic classification and network intelligence technology, today announced its participation at the SDN & OpenFlow World Congress from 11 to 14 October in The Hague, Netherlands.
On Thursday October 13 at 12:25 p.m., Nicolas Bouthors, Qosmos CTO, and Christophe Fontaine, Open Source Developer, will present “Reality-check: Boosting VNFs with Vector Packet Processing (VPP)”.
TheVPP framework includes an open-source virtual switch module which has a reputation for high performance, proven technology, flexibility, and rich feature set. Qosmos CTO Office will share key learning points from using VPP as a framework to build applications faster and to improve VNF performance.
This presentation will describe practical experience from:
Making multiple applications coexist on a single VPP
Stretching the envelope from low end to high end implementations
Testing specific use cases such as DPI for performance monitoring
Qosmos ixEngine® provides real-time traffic classification up to Layer 7, and is easily integrated into SDN & NFV solutions to strengthen service chaining, traffic shaping, analytics and security.
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Qosmos leads the market for IP traffic classification and network intelligence technology used in physical, SDN and NFV architectures. The company supplies software to vendors who embed real-time application visibility in their products for traffic optimization, service chaining, quality of service, analytics, cybersecurity and more. Qosmos customers benefit from fast time to market and continuous signature updates for their products. Qosmos contributes actively to open source projects and international standards, and serves 75% of its market.