Mr Brett Carr (Nominet)
In the past 24 months Nominet the UK Registry have completely transformed the infrastructure that is used to deliver the UK Registry services. The infrastructure has been moved to be much more agile and highly available. This presentation will detail some of the choices we made and methods we used to deploy and manage our infrastructure.
Mr Chris Amin (RIPE NCC)
An overview of three of the RIPE NCC’s services: * RIPEstat, our one-stop-shop for Internet related data, * RIPE Atlas, our Internet measurement network consisting of thousands of probes and * the new DNSMON, a comprehensive, objective and up-to-date overview on the quality of service of high-level DNS servers, based on measurements carried out by RIPE Atlas anchors. This...
Mr Curon Davies (Jisc RSC Wales)
As a result of daily attacks against a Further Education College in Wales, a connection was noticed between changing DNS entries and the attacked IP address. Using innovative DNS responses inspired by GeoDNS and logging all requests to the authoritative server, it has been possible to trace the source of DDoS and spoofed flood attacks.
Mr Andrew Whittaker (CERT-UK)
Overview of the CERT-UK which has taken on responsibility for national incident management. In addition, an update on the joint government/industry Cyber-Security Information Sharing Partnership.
Malcolm Catling (Huawei)
Fearghas McKay (UKNOF)
Mr Matthew Walster (LMAX Exchange)
Charlie Boisseau (Fluency)
The experiences we've had doing LLU/Exchange Unbundling with Openreach. A story from start to finish, including commercial, regulatory and logistical challenges and advantages.
Dr Stephen Morris (Internet Systems Consortium)
Kea is a replacement for ISC DHCP, and offers both a DHCPv4 and DHCPv6 server. This talk will describe the software, the current state of the project and future plans.
Mr Ben Ward (yes)
TV Whitespace and dynamic spectrum access are now central to the government's spectrum strategy and 5G technologies. This talk will give an update on the UK's adoption of TV Whitespace and also the Oxford Flood Network - a demonstration sensor network in Oxford.
Mr Ivanov Anton (Cisco Systems)
Broadband access network and services are relatively static, pre-provisioned and bound to CPE and backhaul capabilities. Is it feasible to change this status-quo by virtualizing services and extending the home network into the cloud? What are the drivers, new service models, risks and opportunities for such (r)evolutionary approach?
Per Bilse (Network Signature Ltd)
RDL is a high level Routing Documentation Language capable of describing both inter- and intra-AS route filtering and announcements, and is part of a larger routing toolkit project initiated by NLnetLabs in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. RDL describes BGP and router topology using an intuitive "curly brace" syntax, and utilizes class-oriented, lexical scope to group, assign, and associate object...
20. CD-GAIN: Measuring Traffic Gains from Peer-assisted Content Delivery of Long Duration Video-on-Demand content
Dr Dmytro Karamshuk (King's College London)
Efficient delivery of video content is a critical problem. Video traffic now accounts for 57% of all consumer traffic on the Internet and is forecasted to reach 69% by 2017. To handle these massive volumes of traffic content delivery networks (CDNs) are turning to clients for assistance, creating hybrid peer-assisted content delivery systems. In practice, peer-assisted distribution of...
Mr Nigel Titley (Homechip Ltd)
Reviews the way in which lightning is generated and its effects on people, structures and electronics, together with advice about how to protect each of these.
Mr Tom Bird (Portfast Ltd)