Andree is an experienced technologist and entrepreneur with a passion for all aspects of Internet infrastructure. He is also the founder of BGPMon.
Today Andree focusses on designing and building cloud native (networking) applications. Make sure to check out his blog https://toonk.io/ and latest project https://www.mysocket.io/.
Wojciech explains what Quantum Networking/Internet is and what it's not. Rick and Melchior ask Wojciech all about entanglement, fidelity, qubits, Quantum Key Distribution (QKD), spooky action at a distance and his work in the IETF Quantum Internet Research Group (QIRG).
How to scale beyond the CDN with 8k video, millions of simultaneous download and streams, local caches and multicast. This episode is the last in the series of 3 in which we discuss scaling the internet.
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Matthew shares his experiences building a few of the largest CDNs on the planet. We talk about serving hundreds or thousands of streams, 4k video, CDN nodes deeply embedded in the service provider network, downsides of multicast, DRM and protocols.
Hear from Jeff Tantsura what Apstra does and why they are joining forces with Juniper. Jeff is an industry veteran who is also very active in IETF and other standards bodies. In this episode we discuss EVPN, BGP, IP fabric, Intend Based Networking, fabric orchestration and RIFT is also mentioned.
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Is a good network design just about technical specifications or should you take into account business drivers and needs? James is a network design veteran and presented on this topic at UKNOF45. We talk about design considerations, tips and tricks, drivers and motivations, asking the question behind the question and even about a book that is 'in the works'. James is very active on Twitter, LinkedIn and can be reached via email@example.com.
In this episode Rick and Melchior explore with 4x JNCIE and Juniper Network Ambassador Yasmin Lara what the value of certifications is. Do you still need them and are they still relevant for your career?
Yasmin has her own website https://momcanfixanything.com/
In this episode we introduce the TCP Authentication Option, why do we need it, what problems does it solve, who implemented it and where can you learn more? Our guests are Greg Hankins from Nokia and Ron Bonica from Juniper Networks.
Configuration examples, interoperability test results and more to be found on this GitHub page: https://github.com/TCP-AO/
NLnet Labs is a not-for-profit foundation with a long heritage in research and development, Internet architecture and governance, as well as stability and security in the area of DNS and inter-domain routing.
In this episode you will hear all about doing good for the internet with open source, DNS and RPKI.
In this episode Rick and Melchior discuss with Dino Farinacci how LISP can help solve internet challenges.
We touch on FIB scaling, mobility, IPv4 runout, COVID-19 and digital voting apps, blockchain and quantum internet.
Lenny Giuliano claims multicast is so easy and ubiquitous that even your Grandma uses it. Is that true? In this episode we talk about live streaming 4K video, AMT, multicast vs CDN and we even touch on LISP and IPv4/IPv6 transition. Multicast Menu website: https://multicastmenu.m2icast.net/
Why do we need another routing protocol in the datacenter? And why not use optimised BGP or ISIS?
Tony Przygienda introduced and explains a new routing protocol written with current DC needs in mind; Routing in Fat Trees or in short RIFT.
In this episode of The Routing Table Podcast Rick and Melchior ask Juniper Networks Distinguished Engineer Julian Lucek everything about Segment Routing.
We start with some basics and discuss differences between SR-MPLS, SRv6 and SRm6. We also look into why choosing one over the other.
In this episode Job Snijders shares some of his perspective on the current state of the Internet.
As you can expect when talking to Job, one of the topics is BGP Routing Security. We also touch on his work in IETF, OpenBSD, transit vs peering and IPv4 address exhaustion.
Nathalie Trenaman is the Routing Security Programme Manager at RIPE NCC. Rick & Melchior ask her everything about what RIPE NCC does, why should we care about Routing Security, RPKI and of course we talk about if and how we can get IPv4 address space.