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Tuesday, December 12 • 3:30pm - 4:15pm
S3P: Scale Testing the Network Control Plane

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Analyses of network controller performance are often referred to by the acronym S3P, representing scale, stability, security, and performance. Creation of a suitable test environment is often complicated by lack of available resources, inaccurate emulation of network agents, and difficulty ensuring all of the microservices in your network will scale together. Recent work investigating the scale performance of OpenDaylight controlling OpenStack Neutron networks has uncovered many issues that then led to improvements in ODL performance at scale. With OpenDaylight as the leading network controller in projects such as ONAP and OpenStack understanding the performance of the network control plane is critical to enabling performance of these platforms at scale. This talk will describe some of the complexities of network controller performance analysis, the difficulties that arise during testing of a scaled-out software defined network, and some of the findings from our recent work that can simplify the creation of a scale test environment.

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Matt Welch

SDN Software Engineer, Intel Corp.
Matt is a Network Software Engineer working in Intel's Datacenter Network Solutions Group. Matt has always been interested in making things go faster so understanding the performance of the network and complex systems is a recurring theme in his work. He is currently interested in... Read More →

Tuesday December 12, 2017 3:30pm - 4:15pm PST
174 https://zoom.us/j/374731949