About Netdev 0x16
OpenVPN Inc. is excited to announce that we’ll be participating in the upcoming Netdev 0x16 conference in Lisbon, Portugal, from October 24-28, 2022. We’re also proud to be supporting the conference as a bronze sponsor.
Netdev 0x16 is organized by Linux kernel developers in the networking community for other Linux developers. It’s a fantastic gathering for those deeply involved with all things tech and open source to attend talks and workshops, collaborate, and sharpen the ideas they’re currently working on.
During the conference, various developers will present projects they are working on and that they intend to submit to the Linux kernel community for inclusion in the main kernel codebase. It’s a terrific opportunity for presenters to obtain early feedback and discuss the design of their solutions with other like-minded developers.
A full list of the accepted Netdev 0x16 sessions — including talks, tutorials, workshops, panels, and keynotes — is available here.
OpenVPN’s Participation in Netdev 0x16
OpenVPN’s own Antonio Quartulli will be presenting a talk about OpenVPN Data Channel Offload (DCO) in the Linux kernel. We have been working on this project for the past two years with the goal of having it included in the Linux kernel. We’re looking forward to sharing it at Netdev 0x16 as it’s a great place to get feedback, opinions, and suggestions on what we’re developing.
As of publication, Antonio’s talk is scheduled for Friday, October 28 at 9 a.m. (local time). Click here for an up-to-date schedule of all Netdev 0x16 events.
Recommended Reading: We Now Have OpenVPN Data Channel Offload: Here's What That Means
Be sure to stop by the OpenVPN table during the “Bits, Nibbles, Bytes and Words” social event to meet us! We’ll have stickers to share and would love to talk with you about our open positions in the core group.
As Netdev puts it, “If you yearn for the old community tech driven conferences where you mingle with fellow Linux networking geeks, then this would be it. While there will be a heavy Linux kernel influence we expect a lot of user space presence as well.”
We can’t wait to be at Netdev 0x16, and we’d love for you to join us there, too. Register here to attend in person in Lisbon or online. We’ll see you on October 24th!