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 Container networking is a complex subject with difficult performance overheads. Ryo Nakamura walked through AF_GRAFT, a new communications channel for containers. The talk looked at the current “State of the Art” for container networking and then looked at grafting sockets and the implementation of his work. Ryo finished with looking at performance outcomes of utilizing AF_GRAFT. Container networking is a complex subject with difficult performance overheads. Ryo Nakamura walked through AF_GRAFT, a new communications channel for containers. The talk looked at the current “State of the Art” for container networking and then looked at grafting sockets and the implementation of his work. Ryo finished with looking at performance outcomes of utilizing AF_GRAFT.
  
-Site: https://​www.netdevconf.org/​0x13/​session.html?​talk-AF_GRAFT+Site: https://​www.netdevconf.info/​0x13/​session.html?​talk-AF_GRAFT
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