Mr Keith Mitchell (UKNOF)
1/17/18, 9:55 AM
Mr Tim Rossiter (Sky Networks)
1/17/18, 10:00 AM
Sky Broadband is at the leading edge in deploying new network implementations and router products to handle huge growth in broadband traffic and subscriber numbers. This presentation describes network growth and evolution through four generations of router technology as subscriber numbers have grown to 6 million and total traffic from 40 Gbit/s to 8000 Gbit/s. It describes the multiple...
Louis Plissonneau (Facebook)
1/17/18, 10:30 AM
The high capacity, reliable and redundant Facebook datacenter networks are built using a CLOS topology. We often talk about how these topologies scale up to build massive server networks. This talk describes how these same topologies can be scaled down to meet the needs of a small to medium sized network using industry standard vendor provided switches.
Mr Sean Newman (Sponsor)
1/17/18, 10:55 AM
The sophistication with which cybercriminals are creating IoT botnets continues to increase, as does the type of attacks they are launching with them – the latest innovation sees destination modulation being used to deliver attacks which are effective at doing harm even when conventional DDoS protection is in place. Understand why this new vector requires an always-on approach to DDoS mitigation.
Mr Oliver Leaver-Smith (None)
1/17/18, 11:35 AM
A talk around chaos engineering and how we do this at SBG
Mr James Bensley (None)
1/17/18, 12:05 PM
Most networks are built from closed source proprietary solutions and tested with black box testers. Many of operators suffer from limitations regarding feature requests/security fixes/bug fixes/interop issues/undocumented behaviour or troubleshooting methods. Various open source software solutions exist for Linux, which provide the facilities to test a range of generic network devices....
Tim Hale (ThousandEyes)
1/17/18, 12:25 PM
1/17/18, 1:45 PM
Mr Richard Crowther (NCSC)
1/17/18, 2:00 PM
At UKNOF 35, the National Cyber Security Centre shared its plans to address systemic cyber security issues at scale through its Active Cyber Defence programme. Just over a year on, we’ve learned and achieved a lot. This talk will provide an update on our progress so far.
Mr James Richards (Nominet)
1/17/18, 2:30 PM
A Response Policy Zone (RPZ) allows operators of recursive DNS systems to apply conditional policies on incoming queries. This talk will discuss the use of the RPZ technology, some implementation details, and how the RPZ may affect the profile/monitoring of DNS traffic across a system.
Neil Brown (decoded:Legal)
1/17/18, 3:00 PM
The Investigatory Powers Act 2016 is the biggest change to the UK's surveillance law framework in 15 years. Neil will explain the changes, and set out the current position in terms of obligations which can be imposed on telecommunications operators.
Mrs Veronika McKillop (Microsoft)
1/17/18, 4:00 PM
This presentation will cover the journey that Networking team in Microsoft IT took from IPv4-only to Dual-Stack network. However, the team is not stopping there as Dual-Stack is IPv6 half-done. The team aims to go IPv6-Only and I will share some details of our experience so far and what future may hold for any user of Microsoft products.
Mr Jordi Palet Martinez (The IPv6 Company)
1/17/18, 4:30 PM
This presentation will introduce the results of the Global IPv6 Deployment Survey started about 2 years before the event is taking place.
Mr David Burns (UKWISPA)
1/17/18, 5:00 PM
An Introduction to UKWISPA from the Chair of the Group. Showing what the group is doing and what the goals are.
Mr Thomas Penrose (Attendee)
1/17/18, 5:15 PM
An insight into building and running a 5000+ port, 5Gb/s+ network in 1.5 days, then tearing it down again 4 days later. The talk will cover the challenges in running a show of this size and some funny learnings, moments and problems along the way!
Mr Keith Mitchell (UKNOF)
1/17/18, 5:45 PM
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