DPDK Summit North America, Mountain View CA 2019 CFP
Submit a proposal to speak at DPDK Summit North America 2019

November 12-13, 2019 | Mountain View, CA

The agenda will cover the latest developments to the DPDK framework and other related projects, including plans for future releases, and will provide an opportunity to hear from DPDK users who have used the framework in their applications.

Let's discuss the present and future, including DPDK roadmap suggestions, container networking, P4, hardware accelerators and any other networking innovation.

Submissions must be received by 11:59pm PDT on September 6, 2019

CFP Open: August 5, 2019
CFP Close: September 6, 2019
CFP Notifications: Week of September 9, 2019
Schedule Announced: Week of September 16, 2019
Slide Due Date: November 5, 2019
Event Dates: November 12 - 13, 2019

2019 Suggested Presentation Topics:

Suggested DPDK Topics:
• Enhancements to the DPDK Framework, including performance improvements, new APIs/libraries etc.
• Usability improvements to make DPDK easier to use.
• Packaging of DPDK to make it easier to consume
• Expansion of DPDK to support new use cases for example storage.
• Virtualization and container networking.
• DPDK-accelerated open source projects such as Open vSwitch, FD.io etc.
• New networking technologies such as P4, and their applicability to DPDK.


Reminder: This is a community conference — so let's try to avoid blatant product and/or vendor sales pitches.

Question on submitting a proposal? Contact us at events@dpdk.org

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