IPDK 22.07 Release
We are delighted to announce the first release of IPDK, version 22.07, created to help developers working on Programmable Infrastructure to rapidly port their applications to open source enabled dataplanes running on CPUs, IPUs, DPUs & switches. This release includes:
- Infrastructure-as-a-Service Virtual Networking Recipe
- Infrastructure-as-a-Service Virtual Block Storage Recipe
- Infrastructure Application Interface
- Target Abstraction Interface
- Table Driven Interface from p4.org
- P4 DPDK as an IPDK Target Dataplane from p4.org
We’re excited for you to try out the code and have packaged it to run on programmable hardware targets, software targets, and even a laptop for evaluation. We are integrating new applications to reduce the overall time it takes for developers to program and take advantage of available targets.
On June 21st, the Linux Foundation announced the Open Programmable Infrastructure (OPI) project and IPDK joined OPI as a sub-project. We look forward to furthering OPI’s objective of an open ecosystem for next generation architectures and frameworks and having the open source development of IPDK.io as part of OPI with common governance.Continue...
OPI and IPDK Join the Linux Foundation
Today at the Open Source Summit in Austin Texas we are excited to announce that OPI has joined the Linux Foundation as a project and that IPDK will join as an official sub-project. IPDK will continue with its charter of open source development where anyone can contribute through Github and through the IPDK.io website. As a sub-project of OPI the governance of IPDK including technical steering will come from OPI.Continue...
Videos and Slides From the Open Programmable Infrastructure Event
The Open Programmable Infrastructure Alpha Event was a great success thanks to all of our presentors. We had great participation. See below for all of the videos and slides.Continue...
Open Programmable Infrastructure Event
We are pleased to announce the Alpha edition of the Open Programmable Infrastructure (OPI) event that will be held virtually on March 15th and March 16th, 2022 from 8am-1:30pm PST.
This is an exciting opportunity to share in the various community efforts underway to make infrastructure fully programmable across software and hardware devices such as IPUs, DPUs, or switches. The event schedule and speaker list is provided below.