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Friday, August 22 • 1:45pm - 2:35pm
The Architecture of Linux Traffic Control - Cong Wang, Twitter

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Traffic Control is an important and complicated part of Linux kernel networking subsystem, especially when buffer bloat becomes more and more important today. It is not easy to understand its design and architecture for beginners. In this presentation, Cong will give a short introduction to Linux Traffic Control, an overview of its design and architecture, and discuss the potential improvements for Linux Traffic Control in the future.

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Cong Wang

Cong Wang joined Twitter Inc. in 2013. He started to work on Linux networking since he was in Red Hat and has contributed many patches to Linux kernel since he was in college. Besides Linux kernel, he also contributed many patches to iproute2, libnl and other open source projects... Read More →

Friday August 22, 2014 1:45pm - 2:35pm CDT
Sheraton Ballroom II

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