Building fast QUIC sockets in FD.io VPP
By Aloys Augustin | Mar 30 2020
As most of you may already know, QUIC is a new transport protocol that began as a Google experiment for HTTP/2, which is now being standardized at the IETF. It will also be the default transport protocol for HTTP/3. As a result, it is likely to be very widely deployed in the next few years. Given the growing popularity of QUIC and its expected widespread deployment, it was essential to provide an implementation of QUIC in the Vector Packet Processor (VPP), both to measure the performance that we could reach with a full userspace QUIC stack, and as an enabler for more innovation around the QUIC protocol.
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