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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Research and Education Networking Track
Meeting: NANOG60
Date / Time: 2014-02-10 4:45pm - 6:15pm
Room: Augusta
Presenters: Speakers:

Michael Sinatra, ESnet

Michael Sinatra is a network engineer with the Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) in Berkeley, CA, where he specializes in DNS, DNSSEC, IPv6 adoption, and scientific and high-performance networking. Prior to ESnet, Michael worked for the central networking group at UC Berkeley for over a decade. He has been interested in DNS for a long time and attempts to make coherent contributions to various BIND and DNS mailing lists and forums
Abstract: This is a continuing opportunity for members for the R&E networking (and research) communities to meet and discuss topics of interest to the R&E network operations and research communities at NANOG. Building on the topics of the R&E Track at NANOG 59 in Arizona, we will continue to discuss such topics as (tentatively):
o Very brief intro (Michael Sinatra) - 5 min
o R&E regional network updates (Russ Clark, Jeffry Handal, Larry Blunk)
- 30-40 min
o RPKI updates & Roll-your-own (Sandy Murphy & Michael Sinatra) - 30 min
o "What's wrong with information security in higher ed?" (Michael
Sinatra) - 20 min
Files: None.
Sponsors: None.

Back to NANOG60 agenda.

NANOG60 Abstracts

  • Datacenter Track
    Moderators:
    Martin Hannigan, Akamai Technologies, Inc.; Daniel Golding, Iron Mountain;
  • Datacenter Track
    Moderators:
    Martin Hannigan, Akamai Technologies, Inc.; Daniel Golding, Iron Mountain;
  • BGP 101
    Speakers:
    Dawit Birhanu, Cisco Systems;
  • BGP 102
    Speakers:
    Dawit Birhanu, Cisco Systems;

 

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