DKNOG10

Europe/Copenhagen
Park Inn By Radisson, Engvej 171, DK-2300 Copenhagen, Denmark
Description

DKNOG10

DKNOG10 was held on the 12th of March in the form of a virtual conference.

It was, in light of the situation, a great success, with more than 400 viewers throughout the day.

The DKNOG crew extends our warmest thanks to all who contributed to making this possible despite the circumstances around the Coronavirus.

 


 

The DKNOG conference is a yearly event for internet network engineers in Denmark and the neighbouring countries full of inspiring talks and networking opportunities.

The DKNOG conference is focused on technical presentations in a host of areas, such as peering, routing, best practices, security and general technology that applies to network engineering professionals.

Join us in Copenhagen on the 12th and 13th of March 2020.

 

 

Sponsors

This conference could not be arranged without the generous sponsorships from the following organisations and companies:

Platinum

Gold

Cisco Sec Datacom

Silver

NL-IX Flexoptix

Associate

Arista DIX Interxion

As always. Any questions will be answered if you write us an email at dknog@dknog.dk. Alternatively you can find some of the organizers hanging out in channel #dknog at the OFTC IRC network.

Surveys
DKNOG 10
Participants
  • Adam Emtorp
  • Adrian Visoreanu
  • Alexander Moosmand
  • Alexander With
  • Allan Christensen
  • Allan Eising
  • Anders Hansen
  • Anders Hellesøe Poulsen
  • Anders Jeppesen
  • Anders Jørgensen
  • Anders Rask
  • Anders Thorp Sørensen
  • Andrzej Soinski
  • Annika Wickert
  • Asbjørn Højmark
  • Asbjørn Sloth Tønnesen
  • Ask Selmer
  • Aurelien Penasa
  • Ayesha Ahsan
  • Baldur Norddahl
  • Baziyan Safari
  • Ben Nicklin
  • Ben Ryall
  • Benjamin Blangstrup
  • Benjamin Hansen
  • Bjarne Lynge
  • Björn Hansson
  • Bo Engsager
  • Bo Finnemann
  • Brian Colin Strube Jeggesen
  • Brian Klovborg
  • Bryan Holloway
  • Cali Davies
  • Carl Fredrik Lagerfeldt
  • Carsten Pettersson
  • Casper Krogh
  • Catalina Hansen
  • Christian Botman
  • Christian Dieckhoff
  • Christian Johannesen
  • Christian Reupke
  • Christian Schmidt
  • Christoffer Wolter
  • Christopher Segerberg
  • Chriztoffer Hansen
  • Claus Fonnesbek
  • Claus Holm Christensen
  • Daniel Brun Jørgensen
  • Daniel Frantzen
  • Daniel Lilleballe
  • David Weber
  • Dennis Jensen
  • Dennis K. Beck.
  • Dmitry Karasik
  • Eleftheria Chatzigianni
  • Emil Bring Mortensen
  • Emil Kristensen
  • Emil Palm
  • Eric Lindsjö
  • Erich Nielsen
  • Erik Bidstrup
  • Fabian Lüpke
  • Fearghas McKay
  • Filip Široký
  • Flemming Lund
  • Frank Dupker
  • Frederico Gonçalves
  • Frederik Agerkvist Petersen
  • Fredrik Korsbäck
  • Fridi Mellemgaard
  • Gordon Gidofalvy
  • Gustaf Hyllested Serve
  • Gustav Stæhr
  • Hans Jørgensen
  • Hans Ulrik Bjarkov
  • Heino Skjøtt
  • Henrijette Poulsen
  • Henrik Bønnelycke
  • Henrik Kramshøj
  • Henrik Plum
  • Henrik Therholt
  • Hjalte Hansen
  • Istvan Bernath
  • Jacob Siewertsen
  • Jakob Ravnholt
  • Jan Chrillesen
  • Jan Ferré
  • Jan Gronemann
  • Jeff Leaming
  • Jens Kraybørre
  • Jens Ørum Møller
  • Jerry Grondel
  • Jesper Larsen
  • Jesper Mogensen
  • Jesper Petterson
  • Jess Burlin
  • Joachim Jerberg Jensen
  • Johannes Renfors
  • John Dahl Pedersen
  • Johnny Karms Pedersen
  • Jonas Hauge Klingenberg
  • Jonas Hillestrøm
  • Jonas Pedersen
  • Julia Freeman
  • Kaj Kjellgren
  • Kasper Bræmer-Jensen
  • Kasper Vinderslev Biel
  • Kenneth -
  • Kenneth Petersen
  • Kim Lohse
  • Lars Balker
  • Lars Bonnesen
  • Lars Knudsen
  • Lars Kvam
  • Lars Petersen
  • Lasse Birnbaum Jensen
  • Lasse Jarlskov
  • Lasse Leegaard
  • Mads Bennedbæk
  • Mads Bjallerbæk Pedersen
  • Magnus Ringdahl
  • Malene Hansen
  • Marcus Stoegbauer
  • Mark Bailey
  • Mark Low
  • Mark Vanderhaegen
  • Mark Villadsen
  • Martin Bjerregaard
  • Martin Eriksson
  • Martin Frausing
  • Martin Gyde Poulsen
  • Martin Hein
  • Martin Kristiansen
  • Martin Topholm
  • Marty Strong
  • Massimiliano Stucchi
  • Mathias Wissing-Thornberg
  • Mathias Wolkert
  • Melchior Aelmans
  • Michael Cardell Widerkrantz
  • Michael Henriksen
  • Michael Molbech
  • Michael Nielsen
  • Michael Petersen
  • Michael Tillge Lund
  • Michal Wodzinski
  • Michał Skórczewski
  • Mikkel Mondrup Kristensen
  • Mikkel Thy Christensen
  • Miralem Ikanovic
  • Mirjam Kühne
  • Morgan Pilmark
  • Morten Jensen
  • Morten Pløger
  • Morten Tande Hansen
  • Morten Vadstrup
  • Morten Østergaard Nielsen
  • Nathalie Trenaman
  • Nicklas Seehusen
  • Niclas Andersen
  • Nicolai Kornum
  • Nicolai Mehlsen
  • Nicolai Skytte
  • Niels Fristrup Christoffersen
  • Niels J. Larsen
  • Nils Dohse
  • Olafur Loftsson
  • Pablo Fernandez Marques
  • Peder Bach
  • Pedro Almeida
  • Pengjiao Lu
  • Per Mariager
  • Peter Davies
  • Peter Jonsson
  • Peter Krüpl
  • Peter Lundqvist
  • Peter Nørlund
  • Peter Rønne Madsen
  • Philip Olsson
  • Piotr Łebek
  • Ralf Schultz
  • Rasmus Alenkær-jørgensen
  • Rasmus Hansen
  • Rasmus Åberg
  • Raul Gutierrez
  • Rene Fichtmueller
  • Ruairí Carroll
  • Sebastian Vad Lorentzen
  • Signe E. Thomsen
  • Silvia Saldana Cercos
  • Siri Brenden
  • Sonny T. Larsen
  • Stefan Milo
  • Steinar Haug
  • steven larsen
  • Sune Skovgaard Hansen
  • Susan Forney
  • Søren Andersen
  • søren eklund
  • Søren Rosiak
  • Søren Skou
  • Thomas Andersen
  • Thomas B. Markussen
  • Thomas Kjær
  • Thomas Madsen
  • Thomas Nikolajsen
  • Thomas Poulsen
  • Thomas Rasmussen
  • Thomas Rasmussen
  • Thomas Thorbjørnsen
  • Thomas Weible
  • Tobias Jansson
  • Tom Henriksen
  • Tomasz Jaszczyk
  • Torben Grønne
  • Torben Jørgensen
  • Torben Rahbek Sørensen
  • Troels Foss
  • Valerija Kamchevska
  • Veit Heller
  • Vinnie van Gentevoort
  • William Ben Embarek
  • Øyvind Bruvoll
Contact
  • Thursday, 12 March
    • 10:00 10:10
      Welcome to DKNOG10 10m
    • 10:10 10:40
      RPKI Deployment - Susan Forney 30m
    • 10:40 11:10
      RIPE NCC Operator Tools 30m

      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 the new RIPE Atlas software probes.

      Speakers: Mrs Mirjam Kühne (RIPE NCC), Nathalie Trenaman (RIPE NCC)
    • 11:10 11:40
      Coffe Break 30m
    • 11:40 12:10
      Model-Driven Telemetry. Discover a new way to monitor your network 30m
    • 12:10 12:40
      Deciphering the buzz: Trying to succeed with SD-WAN IRL 30m

      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.

      Speaker: Mr Sebastian Vad Lorentzen (Head of SD-WAN Engineering, GlobalConnect)
    • 12:40 13:10
      Lunch 30m
    • 13:45 14:15
      the complexity of hyper speed transceivers - lets make it 30m

      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 players around the globe make it possible to squeeze everything into the tiny form factors we see today? It is all about precision - a microscope with a calm and competent hand is no longer sufficient, now it is about; nano tolerances, testing, complex transceiver firmware and a shed load of money.

      This is the high precision optical mechanical engineering revolution which fuels the hyper growth of data centers and optical networking worldwide…

      If you face design issues with your current optical network design Thomas will give insights into the latest 40G to 400G transceiver developments (e.g. long distance 80km) which you can expect to see in the upcoming months. Hopefully this might save you some headaches.

      As a small „one more thing" Thomas will dive into the basics of how FEC compensates for errors caused by PAM4 modulation.

      presenter: Thomas Weible - Co-Founder and CTO of Flexoptix GmbH. He formerly lead the groundbreaking software development within the company. Thomas has moved more and more towards the field of transceiver technology and his so called „support with no levels and no bullshit“. Enthusiastic in everything he does, he gives realistic and practical answers to get transceivers working and operational. As speaker at several conferences around the globe he is able to target the needs of network engineers.

      Speaker: Thomas Weible (FLEXOPTIX GmbH)
    • 14:15 14:45
      Automate yourself within six months - WOBCOM 30m
    • 15:00 15:30
      Break 30m
    • 15:30 16:00
      RIFT: Engineering Simplicity in IP Fabric 30m

      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.

      Speaker: Sonny T. Larsen (Juniper Networks)
    • 16:00 16:30
      Using Network Automation to replace poor documentation 30m

      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.

      Speaker: Allan Eising (Telia Company)
    • 16:30 17:00
      Fantastic People and Where to Find Them. 30m

      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 the hiring and management processes."

      Speaker: Ms Julia Freeman
    • 09:00 16:00
      There will be no program on Friday. 7h