Humans do two things very well; we play games and we tell stories. Indeed, DR/BCP exercises combine both as we roleplay our way through a scenario.
Similarly, tabletop Roleplaying games (RPGs). such as Dungeons & Dragons, are all about presenting a scenario to a group of players and seeing how they react. Millions of people play these games every year and this has produced extensive critical...
This presentation will cover some of the work that we did on the Janet network to deploy single-carrier 400G wavelengths, and why we did it.
I'll start off with a very brief description of Janet, explain why we wanted to deploy 400G transmission, then describe where we've deployed it (and why we deployed it there first), talk about the challenges of deploying it, and where we're...
Community Fibre are a growing FTTH provider in London. We have 150kms of
fibre in the ground chiefly via PIA, we have passed over 75,000 homes
and plan to pass 500,000 homes by the end of 2021.
Provisioning of IPv4 public addresses was not scaling well as the
network grew and additionally our original distributed DHCP deployment
didn't support IPv6 prefix delegation, preventing us from...
Quick overview of the group, the reasoning behind it, the first meeting the progress and challenges so far. Shouldn't take more than 5 minutes, lightning talk style. I expect we'll reuse some of the content from the meeting Denesh made it to in Belfast.
We've had challenges building momentum so we hope to use this as an opportunity to reboot NetNI and start the community growing again,...
With the introduction of software-defined networks (SDNs) and network function virtualization (NFV) come opportunities for efficient network threat detection and protection. SDN’s global view and NFV service distribution provide a means of monitoring and defence across the entire network. However, with distributed attacks involving high traffic volumes, network monitoring is a challenging...
This is a 10-minute talk on time management for technical people.
Slides based, but with very few bullet points - see attached.
Covers using tech tools to manage your time as well as paper-based
ones. Warning: contains at least one cute cat picture.
Talk was presented in its first form at iNOG in Dublin; Brian
Nisbet can confirm same and whether talk would be of interest
to UKNOF members.