Project Crossbow: Network Virtualization and Resource Control going live

Project Crossbow - going live on OpenSolaris

Project Crossbow going live on OpenSolaris

Hello and Welcome to project Crossbow!! We are going to add Network Virtualization and Resource Control to Solaris without degrading performance.
At this time, we are seeking members from open solaris community to become part of Crossbow i-team. Its the charter of i-team to gather requirements and deliver the project including design, docs and testing. We would love to have members of the community get involved from day one. The participation opportunities include (but are not limited to):
  • helping define the project
  • gathering requirements
  • designing the project
  • writing code
  • creating demos
  • doing talks and evangalizing the project
Please send an email to me if you are interested. we can promise you that this will be a thrilling adventure and you will be living on the bleeding edge of technology! Project Crossbow is brought to you by same people who created project FireEngine (new stack architecture), project Nemo (GLDv3 - new high performance device driver framework), project Yosemite (UDP performance), etc to name a few.
Apart from active participation, you can also participate via the mailing lists and discussion groups where we will be posting various documents for review and comments apart from day to day discussion.

The project Crossbow page is visible here
You can sign up for the discussion group here
Comments:

Dear Mr. Tripathi, i would like to get involved in the Crossbow Project. Could you tell me how? I am new to this and would like your guidance. An email from you in reply would be fully appreciated. Thank you. Raymund

Posted by Raymund Augustine on April 03, 2006 at 06:15 PM PDT #

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Sunay Tripathi, Sun Distinguished Engineer, Solaris Core OS, writes a weblog on architecture for Solaris Networking Stack, GLDv3 (Nemo) framework, Crossbow Network Virtualization and related things

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