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How to Make Linux Microservice-aware with Cilium and eBPF
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Jan 10, 2019 11:37 PM 2+ mon ago

Thomas Graf talks about a new efficient in-kernel programming language called eBPF. It allows everyone to extend existing kernel components or glue them together in new forms without requiring to change the kernel itself....

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