eXpress Data Path (XDP) and Address Family eXpress Data Path (AF_XDP)
This course explains BPF/eBPF which is the underlying functionality of XDP and AF_XDP, then explains how XDP allows users extend, accelerate, and secure applications, all while reducing CPU utilization. Learn how AF_XDP allows user-space applications to use existing socket APIs to processes packets at line rate while maintaining kernel security.Watch Video
Q-in-Q, also known as double VLAN, or VLAN stacking, is a standardized networking technique that allows a packet to be encapsulated by two or more VLAN tags. Explore the fundamentals of Q-in-Q and the installation basics while understanding how to view Q-in-Q statistics. Learn how to enable VLAN Filtering and Offload, then cover the basics of configuring Q-in-Q in a virtual and non-virtual environment.Watch Video
Intel® Network Builders University is a free and publicly available educational resource for Intel partners, customers and students interested in Intel technologies and digital transformation as the industry transitions to cloud and edge architectures. View all University Programs offered.
The university includes a broad collection of online content and face-to-face technical training to help technical professionals in the network industry to improve their knowledge of key Intel® technologies, industry trends, and technical aspects of NFV deployments.
In this course, Petar Torre, Lead Architect for Telco Infrastructure at Intel, takes a deeper look into how Single Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV) is able to provide significant performance advantages over standard network virtualization methods.
In this course, Ian Bartlett, Intel Solutions Architect, notes that even with cloud computing, there is still a need for Customer Premises Equipment (CPE). These devices are able to provide services for customers that historically required many pieces of hardw...
In the final course of the Intel Network Academy program, Petar Torre, Lead Architect for Telco Infrastructure at Intel, describes how Intel® QuickAssist Technology accelerates cryptographic functions, and how this can be leveraged in a wide variety of use ca...
Intel® Hardware and Software Benefits: Intel Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) Hardware Ingredients
In this course, Petar Torre, Lead Architect for Telco Infrastructure at Intel, explores the advances that Intel hardware provides to the Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) world, including an introduction to many technologies such as SR-IOV and Intel® Qui...
2021 Network Innovation vSummit Series
The Intel® Network Builders Technology vSummit builds on the first vSummit shared in the summer of 2020.
2021 Technology vSummit Series
Our monthly Intel® Network Builders Insights Series provides insight into the latest Intel strategies.
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Intel® Network Builders University provides video training on Intel® technologies and industry trends and initiatives to equip ecosystem partners for advanced NFV deployments. This training resource is complimentary for all ecosystem partners.