Linux networking stack in enterprise storage
Linux has very advanced and modern networking stack and seems to have every feature one might need. However, modern enterprise storage systems are becoming more and more complicated with the need to support new protocols, new deployment models, lots of high-bandwidth ports connected to multiple fabrics, containerized software stacks, etc.
In this talk, Dmitry will share the experience with Linux networking stack in the enterprise storage systems with a focus on some problems we have encountered and the way we solved (or worked around) them.
St. Petersburg, Russia
Sr. Principal Software Engineer
Sr. Principal Software Engineer at Dell EMC, working on networking in the next-generation storage products and architecture of software-defined storage. He has 15 years of experience in developing Linux based systems. Dmitry's professional interests include OS design, system programming, computer networking, highly-available storage, containers, and virtualization.