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Open Networking Foundation absorbs P4.org

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The ONF and P4.Org Complete Combination to Accelerate Innovation in Operator-Led Open Source

P4 Becomes a Project Hosted by ONF MENLO PARK, Calif., April 9, 2019– The Open Networking Foundation (ONF) today announced that it has completed the combination with P4.org, and will host all P4 activities and working groups moving forward. The ONF will bring the P4 work under its umbrella of operator-led open source SDN projects, […]

Letter to P4 Members

Posted by P4.org on April 9, 2019 Today, we are excited to announce that P4.org has combined with the Open Networking Foundation (ONF). Originally announced in March of 2018, we are pleased to report that the transaction has been completed. As of today, rather than being an independent organization, P4 is now an active project […]

The ONF and P4.Org Complete Combination to Accelerate Innovation in Operator-Led Open Source

Posted by P4.org on April 9, 2019 P4 Becomes a Project Hosted by ONF MENLO PARK, Calif., April 9, 2019– The Open Networking Foundation (ONF) today announced that it completed the combination with P4.org, and will host all P4 activities and working groups moving forward. The ONF will bring the P4 work under its umbrella […]

P4 Hackathon in Frankfurt

An event organized by the P4 Education Working Group Held in Frankfurt, Germany on March 29, 2019 The P4 Hackathon aims to develop novel, proof-of-concept data plane applications, and to support the open-source community through the development of tools and infrastructure. The hackathon is intended for P4 users of all levels – from beginners to […]

Announcing the P4Runtime v1.0 release

Posted by Antonin Bas and Waqar Mohsin on March 11, 2019 We are delighted to announce the release of P4Runtime v1.0.0. Many thanks to everyone in the P4 API Working Group who contributed to the specification. The v1.0.0 release includes: RPC service definition: Protocol Buffers (“Protobuf”) files which define the format of the messages used […]

P4 Hackathon at NSDI

An event organized by the P4 Education Working Group and the Cornell-Princeton Network Programming Initiative, in conjunction with NSDI 2019 Held in Boston, MA, USA on March 1, 2019 The P4 Hackathon aims to develop novel, proof-of-concept data plane applications, and to support the open-source community through the development of tools and infrastructure. The hackathon […]

P4 Tutorial at NANOG 75

A presentation by the P4 Education Working Group at NANOG 75. Held at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco on Tuesday, February 19, 2019, 4:00-6:00pm. Register Here! Instructors Andy Fingerhut (Cisco Systems) Antonin Bas (Barefoot Networks) Software We have created a Docker image that has all of the software needed to complete the tutorial exercises already installed. […]

1st P4 Workshop in Europe (P4WE)

A presentation by the P4 Language Consortium and ONF in conjunction with ICNP 2018 Held at Cambridge, UK on September 24, 2018 P4WE 2018 is the first P4 Language Consortium event in European. It aims to bring together P4 and P4->NetFPGA researchers from Europe and from around the world, and to foster the growth of […]

P4 Developer Day

A presentation by the P4 Language Consortium Held at Stanford University on Wednesday, June 6, 2018 Special Thanks to our Sponsors: Directions Address: 326 Galvez St, Stanford, CA 94305 Virtual Machine We have created a virtual machine that has all of the software needed to complete the developer day exercises already installed. You can either […]

5th P4 Workshop

A Presentation by the P4 Language Consortium Held at Stanford University on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 Special Thanks to our Sponsors:   Directions Address: Arrillaga Alumni Center, 326 Galvez St, Stanford, CA 94305 Agenda 8:00 – 9:00am Registration and Breakfast 9:00 – 9:20am Welcome and IntroductionsSpeaker: Nate Foster (Cornell University) (slides) 9:20 – 9:50am Updates from the P4.org […]

P4 Workshop 2018

The focus of the P4 Workshop is on technical content relevant to P4 developers, researchers, vendors and users. There will be a separate large hall for P4 Demos as before giving attendees more time to interact and learn whats being showcased. A list of accepted talks can be found here.