Flow Classification Functions in an FPGA Enable Host CPU Offload, Decrease Disk Utilization and Boost Application Acceleration
Dramatically Increase Network Monitoring and Cyber Security Application Performance
Flow classification functions in an FPGA (as opposed to software) enable host CPU offload, high performance, low latency, scalability and precision that is required in sophisticated network monitoring and security applications.
Learn how Accolade’s line of 1-100GE host CPU offload FPGA-based NICs/Platform provide various high-level flow classification characteristics that decrease disk utilization and can dramatically improve application acceleration:
- Track up to 32 million unique IP flows per adapter
- Actions such as forward, drop or redirect can be requested on a per flow basis
- Both directions of a flow are tracked and recorded
- Information such as total packet count, byte count and the last time a packet was seen is maintained for every flow