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I wonder if Facebook's opensourcing of BPF [1] 4 months ago had negative affects on F5's competitive advantaages.

BPF allows to run user code in kernel modules, so things like packet rewriting and traffic shaping are possible. [2]



BPF is 12 years older than Facebook :)

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