ONE Summit, which takes place on April 29-May 1 in San Jose, California, is the ONE industry event to focus on the best practices, technical challenges, and business opportunities facing network decision makers from Access to Edge to Cloud. Whether you’re deploying a 5G network, building government infrastructure, or using automation and networking to transform your business, this collaborative environment will enable you to interact with your peers and learn about the open source networking technologies that will transform your business.
With a focus on “bringing the hallway track” in, we hope to foster an environment where conversations, debates, problem-solving, and looking to the future together will enable all attendees to go home with greater knowledge and empowerment to affect successful network transformation. Register here.
OPI Project will be at the event on Tuesday, April 30 at 2-2:30 pm PT with a session titled, “How Open Programmable Infrastructure (OPI) Improves Portability of Cloud & Data Center Applications.” Paul Pindell, Principal Architect at F5 and OPI Outreach Committee Chair, will present an end to end demo that features initial provisioning of DPU/IPUs utilizing the sZTP framework that has been adopted by the project. Once a card is provisioned, the demo will show the installation of an OS/container platform upon the card along with the installation and configuration of an infrastructure workload. In the first end to end use case that Infrastructure workload is the Nginx Open source version of a proxy. The demo will show traffic being proxied through the DPU without it ever touching the host into which the DPU/IPU is installed. This session will be a description of the OPI Project capabilities and benefits in this use case. It will also be a retrospective into the challenges and solutions found during the process to enhance the OPI project offerings. Add it to your ONE Summit schedule here.
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