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Friday, October 15 • 3:25pm - 4:00pm
Using Kubernetes with Data Processing Units to Offload Infrastructure - Thomas Phelan & Thomas Golway, HPE

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Application architectures are shifting toward a more disaggregated model that offers greater agility, supports elasticity, and provides greater control for software quality assurance. This has led to an increase in complexity for application topologies, flows and security.

In this session, we will describe some novel work related to offloading core Kubernetes software infrastructure components from the main CPU onto the processing units of DPUs (data processing units). We will show a vendor-neutral way to not only offload the implementation of a Kubernetes CNI (container network interface) plugin, but also offload network packet tracing functionality, such as jaeger, and service mesh components, such as envoy.

In this session, you will learn about CNIs, SmartNICs, Arm CPUs, and how to run software somewhere other than the main CPU. You will also learn why this is becoming increasingly important in the quickly evolving world of DPUs.

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Tom Golway

Chief Technologist, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Tom Golway is a chief technologist at Hewlett Packard Enterprise in the Advanced R&D group. Tom is focused on ways to provide governance to massively distributed applications, including policy based orchestration, immutable trust fabrics and infrastructure plasticity.Prior to HPE... Read More →
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Thomas Phelan

Fellow, HPE
Tom is an HPE Fellow. He joined Hewlett Packard Enterprise when BlueData, Inc. was acquired by HPE in November of 2018. Tom was the Co-Founder and Chief Architect of BlueData and led the team that developed the EPIC platform for automating and managing AI/ML/DL/Big Data containerized... Read More →



Friday October 15, 2021 3:25pm - 4:00pm PDT
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