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Sep 7, 2017
Intel Builders Developer Summit
Hilton Portland and Executive Tower

Please join us for the Intel Builders Developer Summit, where you'll hear directly from Intel architects and engineers on topics spanning the data center, from cloud and fabric, to network and storage. The Summit's full-day agenda will deliver technical presentations and deep dives into Intel and industry standard technologies as well as showcase demos highlighting technology from the sessions.

Sessions include:
- Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor Platform Architecture Deep Dive
- Intel Hardware Root of Trust Attestation Solution with One Touch Activation
- Network Services Benchmark: Set up, Configuration and VNF Optimization with OPNFV
- Platform Optimization, Cache Coherency and DPDK
- SPDK and Intel® Intelligent Storage Acceleration Library (Intel® ISA-L) - Overview and Roadmap Update
- Deep Dive on Blob Store and Logical Volumes
- Designing Intel® Omni-Path Architecture into Your Cluster
- Optimizing Software Solutions for Intel Omni-Path Architecture

This event is free, but spaces are limited.

Nov 20, 2017
Intel® VNF Next Virtual Conference Meet Up
Lucky Labrador Beer Hall

The Out of the Box Meet up group would like to invite you to learn about VNF next platform optimizationand the latest Intel® Xeon® Scalable architecture. Join us for this great opportunity to gain valuable insights and network with other developers.

Muthaiah Venkatachalam, Director of System Architecture at Intel, will give an overview of the Intel® 5G Mobile Trial Platform.

Registration will open at 5:30pm. Join us for food, fun and networking.

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Oct 3, 2017
Out of the Box Network Developer Meet Up - Reality of SDN, Container Networking, and Server Networking Technologies
Lucky Labrador Brew Pub

In this meet up we will talk about the different Buzz words in NFV and SDN space. What is SDN and the role it plays in networking. How do Containers fit into the whole space, and why is everyone so interested in containers? Lastly we will talk about how knowing about hardware and how to utilize the hardware functionality helps accelerate the functionality of VNFs in the OpenStack environment.

First talk begins at 5:30PM.

Talk 1: What is SDN really?

Software Defined Networking (SDN) is the hot topic in networking. There are many projects and products all claiming to be SDN, so what is it really? Why does SDN matter? and what is happening in the resurgent networking space?

About the speaker: Stephen Hemminger is a Linux developer who specializes in networking. He has worked for Linux Foundation, Brocade (Vyatta) and now Microsoft. As maintainer of the Linux bridging and the iproute2 utilities, he contributes regularly to the Linux kernel and DPDK projects. Having been involved with TCP/IP since the early days of UNIX, he is quite familiar with the congestion and SMP issues. Steve works on so integrating so many different networking pieces that he decided to give himself the title of Network Plumber.

Talk 2: Container networking

First virtual machines and now containers? What are containers, anyway? We’ll discuss what a container is, how it’s different from a virtual machine and then explore configuration options for networking in a container world. We’ll also go over some basic ways of putting containers together into applications and how to make Linux namespaces work for you.

About the speaker: Kevin Bohan is a software architect in the Network Platforms Group at Intel. He spends most of his time working on performance optimization of network virtualization technologies being utilized in the telecommunications industry. Prior to Intel, he worked in academia in the areas of advanced networking, supercomputing and embedded systems.

Talk 3: Server Networking for the Curious

Confused about the differences in server-based networking technologies? Maybe you’ve heard or read about DPDK, or VPP, or other technologies, but the bigger picture is hard to see. We’ll walk through a short survey of some of the most important and useful packet-processing tools, both in hardware and in open source, and why you might be interested in them.

About the speaker: Jim Chamings is a Sr. Software Engineer at Intel, working in the Datacenter Scale Engineering team. His focus is on enabling Cloud and SDN/NFV developers to get the maximum value out of their datacenters