Netdev 0x16 venue
Pushing OpenVPN down the stack: Data Channel Offload (DCO)
Nuts and Bolts
OpenVPN is a userspace software responsible for creating an encrypted tunnel between two peers (peer-to-peer mode) or a central server and multiple clients (peer-to-multipeer mode). Until now both the control and the data planes were implemented in userspace, leading to notable performance penalty. The technique described in this paper, known as data channel offloading, consists in moving the data plane (i.e. user pay-load processing) to kernel space in order to reduce context-switching and thus improve the measurable tunnel throughput.
Videos are released!
[Wed, 18, Jan. 2023]
Videos of day 1 and 2 are released!
[Thu, 22, Dec. 2022]
The schedule is up!
[Tue, 4, Oct. 2022]
We are pleased to announce our Netdev 0x16 keynote speaker: John Ousterhout
[Fri, 23, Sep. 2022]
Registration for Netdev 0x16 is now OPEN!
[Wed, 21, Sep. 2022]
|Closing of CFS||Wed, Sept. 7, 2022|
|Notification by||Thu, Sept. 15, 2022|
|Conference dates||Oct 24th - 28th, 2022|