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Next Gen Networking Infrastructure with Rust

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Summary

Carl Lerche shows how Rust’s “zero cost abstractions” can be leveraged to provide a networking platform that provides expressiveness, speed, and safety with tradeoffs between them. He describes how these techniques are used in Conduit, a “service mesh” proxy for the next generation of cloud native applications.

Bio

Carl Lerche is a software engineer at Buoyant. He has authored and contributes to many open source Rust libraries, including Tokio, a platform for writing fast networking code.

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Oct 23, 2018

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