A quick talk about having an apprentice, and giving the future ISP juniors a step into the real world.
I will be sharing my experience as the apprentice, and how I learned to be a grumpy technician.
Where to set your expectations when taking in an apprentice, and realizing the full potential of your apprentice.
Automation shouldn't be hard, and implementing it shouldn't require expensive proprietary tools. Many of us still rely on these tools or on hacky homegrown systems, because in reality writing a bunch of scripts is still the closest some of us ever get to automating their network.
In our talk, we'll present an extensible, declarative system that relies on open source components such as...
A different kind of automation effort: finding an automation solution suitable for CCC Event Networks (Congress/Camp/...) where we always start with green field deployments of a whole network but don't want to lose all knowledge we put into the network configuration in the previous years.
The talk will revolve around c3cfg, a custom-written automation solution with a single source of truth...
The Internet connects, nowadays, only half of the World's population.
Moreover, some of the people connected experience high costs or very bad
connectivity, leading to economic losses and plenty of missed opportunities.
In this talk, we will show the challenges that go into enabling people
to start their own community networks, making them sustainable and
providing continuous support to...
Lessons learned about the real world state of SD-WAN during GlobalConnect's recent year of product development process including RFI/RFQ/PoC's with most of the major SD-WAN technology vendors, and lately turning the chosen vendor solutions into actual managed SD-WAN products in a classic nordic BTB telco service provider environment.
We are here at DKNOG.... but philosophically speaking, what
actually is DKNOG? What even is a network operator group? What is the
societal function of a local volunteer effort in a global Internet? We
know DKNOG is a fun event, an excellent place to meet friends & listen
to colleagues - but what makes a NOG a NOG? In this talk I'll reflect
on metaphysical aspects of operational...
This presentation aims to explain to the audience the tools and systems Facebook have to control traffic that is served from the edge of the Facebook network, whilst answering some common questions that Facebook receive on Peering and Caching. It calls out for ISPs and Mobile Operators to work with us to continue to improve the user experience.
In this talk, Julia explores the unintentional (but often harmful) prejudices people and organisations have while hiring new staff and trying to retain qualified staff.
This talk will make you think about your daily routine and biasses in a clear and entertaining way, using real life examples.
This is a great learning experience for everyone, but especially those who have any involvement in...
Kea, ISC’s newer open source DHCP server breaks open the model of the old DHCP server that was a static standalone application on the network. Kea is instead an open toolbox, with standard data formats and apis for connecting it to other open source components in your network. We will talk about a few of the 'new' features in DHCPv6 and walk through an example of how to assign IPv6 Prefix...
At the time of the conference, DKNOG will have held 10 conferences and a number of events before and between the conferences.
This talk celebrates the success of the DKNOG community, and looks back on where it all started.
This talk is aimed to cover my work done in simulating the network performance achieved by Telia Denmark’s LTE network for individual data services, in terms of service based QoS parameters that give insight on user experience. This is the work for my Master thesis at DTU.
QoS is the ability of a network to provide satisfactory performance in terms of delay, jitter, packet loss...
An introduction to a new and novel routing protocol for the datacenter; Routing in Fat Trees or in short RIFT.
In this presentation we will dive into what challenges RIFT solves over the use of OSPF, IS-IS and BGP in the datacenter.
I will also give an update on the status of the work in IETF and point out to some implementations.
We have some new tools and prototypes for you to try out. At the RIPE NCC, we develop tools that could help network operators based on data gathered through RIPE Atlas, the Routing Information Service and other public data sets. In this presentation, we will share some of our tools and prototypes and invite your feedback to help us develop these further! This will include an announcement of...
How Telia Carrier introduced RPKI filtering inside AS1299 during 2019.
The talk proposed is how Hurricane Electric will implement RPKI.
Thomas will describe in detail the structures inside optical transceivers. A Transmitter / Receiver Optical Sub Assembly (TOSA / ROSA) is no longer just a diode in a housing handling the light path to and fro to the fiber.
The performance increases from 10G to 100G onwards to 400G - are not only giant steps in bandwidth there are matching leaps in manufacturing.
How did the optical industry...
What do you do if you suddenly inherit the responsibility of an unknown network with no documentation? You write software, of course!
This talk is about how I inherited a network on an unknown platform with no documentation, and made some seriously cool software to operate it.