Introduction

The Extended Berkeley Packet Filter, or eBPF, has rapidly been adopted into a number of Linux kernel systems since its introduction into the Linux kernel in late 2014. Uses of eBPF have quickly grown to include network monitoring, network traffic manipulation, and system monitoring, etc. - all of which can be accelerated via innovative SmartNIC programming and offload approaches. The Open-NFP community has created many excellent sources of information and samples on eBPF.

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