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Tuesday, June 26 • 16:20 - 17:00
vhost Dataplane in Qemu - Jason Wang, Red Hat (slides attached)

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Several limitations were spotted for the popular vhost-user protocol in recent years. Most are due to the design of a split device model which tries to offload datapath out of qemu: 1) the protocol was tightly coupled with virtio which brings extra complexity of implementing new features 2) datapath was offloaded completely which will lead poor performance (e.g the vIOMMU integration, 3) the increase of attack surface. So in this presentation, a new kind of vhost that was implemented through qemu IOThread was introduced to try to address all the above drawbacks. The talks will first discuss the design of vhost dataplane and how it addresses the above limitations. Then A prototype implementation and detailed comparison between vhost data plane vs vhost-user will be presented. At last the performance numbers and future work will be discussed.

Speakers
JW

Jason Wang

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Experienced Senior Software Engineer working for Red Hat with a demonstrated history of working in the computer software industry. Maintainer of qemu networking subsystem. Co-maintainer of Linux virtio, vhost and vdpa driver.



Tuesday June 26, 2018 16:20 - 17:00 CST
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