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DPDK on Checkpoint

Hello

Checkpoint supports DPDK ?

Regards,

William

 

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Re: DPDK on Checkpoint

I find your question useless - Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) is a set of data plane libraries and network interface controller drivers for fast packet processing, currently managed as an open-source project under the Linux Foundation. It has an Environment Abstraction Layer to help making programming hardware independent. So if you are a developer you can use it in your software projects. 😎

CheckPoint GAiA  itself is a hardened RedHat Linux and i would assume that it is of no further importance if CheckPoint does use DPDK data plane libraries and network interface controller drivers or not as this only of statistical importance and does make no difference at all to the user, i mean you...

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Re: DPDK on Checkpoint

Others vendors use DPDK in VM's products and I want to know if Checkpoint too use or will be use.

What I want or don't want to know is my problem.

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Employee+
Employee+

Re: DPDK on Checkpoint

Not currently.

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Admin
Admin

Re: DPDK on Checkpoint

At the moment, no.
It's entirely possible it's something we will use in the future.
Can you explain why this is relevant to you?
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