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Thursday, May 22 • 9:30am - 10:20am
Bufferbloat: Are We There Yet? - Stephen Hemminger, Vyatta

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Bufferbloat is the name (coined by Jim Gettys) to describe excessive latency in computer networks caused by buffering. Through the collaborative effort of researchers, developers, and users many causes of this problem have been eliminated. This talk will show some of the solutions developed, demonstrate how they work, and identify where more work still needs to be done. The demonstrations use the analogy of fluid dynamics to explain CoDel, PIE, and other smart queuing mechanisms.

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Stephen Hemminger

Principal Software Architect, Vyatta
Stephen is a Principal Software Architect at Vyatta, a division of Brocade in the advanced development team responsible for the Virtual Distributed Router. He is the maintainer of the Linux bridging subsystem and several drivers. He has spoken at many Linux conferences including LinuxCon Japan twice previously.


Thursday May 22, 2014 9:30am - 10:20am
Orchid 1 & 2

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