The video was uploaded already quite some time ago. However, I still want to put a link on my blog to have all references in a common place.
In case you are interested, here is the teaser or abstract that I submitted for the conference schedule:
“In this talk, it will be shown that packet capturing with Clojure works fast, how it is made fast, and that Clojure offers amazing capabilities for processing such high-throughput stream data. Following a bottom-up approach, the covered topics include:
- integration of low-level packet capturing with the JVM via JNI,
- acceleration of packet capturing with the JVM up to the magnitude of 10 GBit/s speed,
- a Domain Specific Language (DSL) for extracting information from raw binary data,
- and a self-adaptive mechanism for automatically adjusting the data processing at run-time. While this talk focuses on packet capturing, the presented topics can also be applied to other application fields.”
The video is available from :clojureD via YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmkfifQMwT0&list=PLaSn8eiZ631kZfUdLuWGBRP-jAbPxWrDi
The slides of the talk can be found in an earlier post.
Once more, many many thanks to everyone involved in :clojureD: organizers, attendees, speakers, and everyone else. :clojureD was a fantastic experience as speaker, as attendee to the other talks, and as part of the many great conversations with the very nice people around.