Flexible support for new protocol processing with DPDK using DDP

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Brian Johnson, Solutions Architect, Intel Corporation

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The Intel® Ethernet 700 Series was designed from the ground up to provide increased flexibility and move to a programmable pipeline allowing it to be customized to meet a wide variety of customer requirements. To address this, a new capability has been enabled on the Intel Ethernet 700 Series network adapters: Dynamic Device Personalization (DDP). DDP allows a DPDK application to enable identification of new protocols, for example, GTP, PPPoE, QUIC, without changing the hardware. This session will provide details on how to take advantage of this new capability and a live demo will showcase a DPDK application identifying and spreading GTP and QUIC across multiple CPU cores. More details about Dynamic Device Personalization can be found on the Intel Developer Zone site: https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/dynamic-device-personalization-for-intel-ethernet-700-series

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