Host-INT brings network packet telemetry


Host-INT adds packet telemetry to Linux hosts, providing an effective way to monitor network conditions in data centers, including congestion, packet drops, and latency. Host-INT works to provide an outside-in look at network performance, and you can combine it with Switch-INT for a more comprehensive management tool. The software and more documentation are available on GitHub [3].

The Author

Andrew Fingerhut is a Principal Engineer at Intel Corporation working on programmable switches and NICs, and has nearly 30 years of experience in computer networking. He also actively participates in the P4 programming language through working groups.

Deepa Seshadri is a Product Manager for the Intel Deep Insight Network Analytics software at Intel Corporation. Her area of expertise lies in productizing new software technology with concept, all the way to production.

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