Dear P4 Enthusiasts:
We are pleased to announce that the P4 Developer Day on Tuesday, April
30th, will offer two tracks this year: a beginner and an advanced. Both
tracks will be delivered by experience instructors, using a software
platform that will be made available shortly before the event.
This track is for developers who are new to P4 and want a tutorial-style
introduction to the languages main features. It is organized around a
series of programming exercises in which participants implement
conventional and novel solutions to various problems in networking
Basic forwarding, tunneling, and source routing
Monitoring and telemetry
Only basic programming knowledge is required, but familiarity with
Python and using a Linux virtual machines will be helpful.
This track is for developers with intermediate knowledge of the P4
language. It is organized around a sequence of hands-on exercises that
show how to build a leaf-spine data center fabric based on Segment
Routing over IPv6 (SRv6), using the ONOS SDN controller:
ONOS Control Plane
Testing in Mininet
Only basic knowledge of Java is required. The track will include a brief
introduction to ONOS for beginners. Participants will be provided with a
skeleton implementation of the application to complete, filling in the
relevant parts to generate run-time table entries and other entities to
implement bridging and SRv6 capabilities.
**For any individuals that have already registered,we will reach out to
you separately to determine which track is right for you. If you haven’t
registered, please click this link
grab a seat!
We look forward to having you join us!