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Arrillaga Alumni Center: 326 Galvez Street, Stanford, CA 94305
Sponsored by: Netronome, AT&T & Barefoot Networks
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Monday, May 23 • 10:50am - 11:30am
P4 Demos

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Demo #1: P4.org (BMv2 +INT), presented by Changhoon Kim & Jithin Thomas, Barefoot Networks
Demo #2: Intel, presented by John Fastabend, Intel
Demo #3: Netronome, presented by Johann Tonsing, Netronome
Demo #4: VMWare - PISCES, presented by Shahbaz Muhammad, Princeton University & Sean Choi, Stanford University

Link to video footage: https://youtu.be/Nbsxt3EnhLs?list=PLf7HGRMAlJBy2e_vy8VxIkSNO0IJ_lqZX 

Speakers
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John Fastabend, Intel

John Fastabend is a software engineer working in Intel's Software Defined Networking Division. His recent work has focused on providing programmable data planes and management layers for Linux supporting both software and hardware models. Prior to this John has worked on the Linux kernel and system tools enabling various protocols, vswitches, and hardware.
avatar for Chang Kim, Barefoot Networks

Chang Kim, Barefoot Networks

Chang Kim is Director of System Architecture at Barefoot Networks and is working actively for the P4 Language Consortium (P4.org). Before getting involved with P4.org and Barefoot, he worked at Windows Azure, Microsoft's cloud-service division, and led engineering and research projects on the architecture, performance, and management of datacenter networks. Chang is interested in programmable network dataplane, network monitoring and diagnostics... Read More →
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Jithin Thomas, Barefoot Networks

Jithin recently finished his MS in EE at Stanford University, where he worked on Delite, a compiler framework and runtime for parallel embedded DSLs. Prior to Stanford, he was a Research Developer at Microsoft Research India, where he worked in the field of empirical software engineering. Currently, he works as a software engineer at Barefoot, to help build advanced applications like PLT that leverage the power of programmable data planes.
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Johann Tönsing, Netronome

Johann is the Chief Architect, Senior Vice President, Software Engineering and Founder of Netronome. He has been active in the digital communications, networking, and information security spheres for more than 20 years, managing product engineering/marketing and performing business planning for large companies like Marconi, as well as founding and managing all aspects of startups. Johann is a recognized industry expert in network security... Read More →
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Muhammad Shahbaz, Princeton University

Muhammad Shahbaz is a third year PhD student in the Department of Computer Science at Princeton University. His research focuses on the application of software-defined networking (SDN) in campus, enterprise and wide-area networks, SDN performance optimization, network testing and language abstractions for programmable hardware. Previously, he worked as a research assistant at the University of Cambridge, Computer Laboratory on the CTSRD and... Read More →
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Sean Choi, Stanford University

Sean is a Ph.D. candidate in the electrical engineering department at Stanford University. His research is currently being advised by Professor Nick McKeown. He has also completed a M.S. degree in computer science at Stanford University and B.S. degree in computer science at California Institute of Technology. After finishing his masters degree and before returning as a Ph.D. student, he worked at LinkedIn as a data engineer and VMware as a... Read More →


Monday May 23, 2016 10:50am - 11:30am
Lane/Lyons/Lodato Conference Room