Associate Professor Vladimir Braverman’s Nitrosketch method is adopted by Intel Software Stack
MINDS would like to congratulate Associate Professor Vladimir Braverman, whose Nitrosketch method (SIGCOMM’19) has been adopted by Intel DPDK-based Dynamic Load Balancer and is now part of Intel Software Stack that is routinely used by cloud providers and telecom vendors. The solution, which was recently presented by Intel at the DPDK 2021 summit, indicates multiple impactful applications, including Jaqen, a system for detection and mitigation of volumetric DDoS attacks (USENIX Security’21), implemented on Barefoot Intel programmable switches. Braverman’s former Hopkins student Alan (Zaoxing) Liu, now an Assistant Professor in ECE at Boston University, was the driving force behind the adoption.
The DPDK 2021 summit and slides can be found here.