VOSYSwitch leverages ODP to enable accelerated VNFs chaining on ARMv8 NFV servers
VOSYSwitch with ODP on Freescale LS2085A-RDB board at Linaro Connect BKK16
This video showcases the latest extensions to the Virtual Open Systems user-space virtual switch, VOSYSwitch, presented at the Bangkok 2016 Linaro Connect event. It demonstrates the usability of NFV VOSYSwitch technology integrated with Linaro's OpenDataPlane (ODP) on a 64 bits ARMv8 server platform, enabling the state of the art advancements and bleeding-edge technology of NFV on ARM platforms. VOSYSwitch, a commercial vSwitch solution extending the open source SnabbSwitch implementation, is used in VNFs chaining use case, an NFVI infrastructure, implementing an OpenFastPath web server (NGiNX) with ODP-DPDK polling drivers, placed behind a VNF packet filtering firewall and chained by using VOSYSwitch with ODP-DPDK.
VOSYSwitch leverages on the ODP abstraction layer to interact with multiple ODP-enabled plugins; it uses the Freescale DPAA2 10Gbps network interfaces via ODP-NADK, but also a 1Gbps PCI card with ODP-generic. The connection between the KVM virtual machines and the host system relies on vhost-user QEMU component, a technology originally designed and developed by Virtual Open Systems and adopted by most of the vSwitch networking communities. On the client side, performance measurements are carried on with the Apache Bench tool.
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