Sujal Das is chief strategy and marketing officer at Netronome, a provider of high-performance x86 co-processing solutions for networking, security, load balancing, virtualization, and SDN.
If we’ve learned anything in the technology business in the last 25 years, it would be to never underestimate the Linux kernel. Why, then, have so many networking companies been so eager to bypass the Linux kernel — or more specifically, the Linux kernel networking stack? What could be so wrong with the networking packet arteries in the Linux kernel that motivates so many of us to bypass them?To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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