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Microsoft launches new open-source project to bring Linux tool eBPF to Windows

Tuesday May 11, 2021. 02:34 PM , from BetaNews
Microsoft has launched a new project which has the aim of bringing Linux kernel tool eBPF (Extended Berkeley Packet Filter) to Windows. The company insists that the move to get the technology working in Windows does not represent creating a fork of eBPF. Instead, it will use existing projects, including the IOVisor uBPF project and the PREVAIL verifier, to run eBPF programs and APIs on top of its own operating systems -- specifically Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 or above. See also: Microsoft removes all Windows 10 upgrade blocks including Conexant audio driver issues Microsoft may have cancelled Windows… [Continue Reading]
https://betanews.com/2021/05/11/microsoft-open-source-project-linux-tool-ebpf-on-windows/

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