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Creating multiple network interfaces for pods in Kubernetes to enable NFV and SDN use cases in container environments

Traditionally, multiple network interfaces are employed by network functions to provide for separation of control, management and data/user network planes. They are also used to support different protocols or software stacks and different tuning and configuration requirements. Intel helped facilitate NFV use cases in container environments by contributing the Multus Container Network Interface (CNI) device plugin. This plugin that can be used to create multiple network interfaces for pods in Kubernetes.

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Advanced Network Features in Kubernetes

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Predictable and Scalable Architecture using Intel Xeon Scalable Processors

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Three Key Architectural Tenets for 5G Network Transformation

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Multiple Network Interfaces Support in Kubernetes

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Multiple Network Interfaces in Kubernetes