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DENOG5 - Agenda

Die Folien aller Vorträge werden in englischer Sprache vorliegen. Als Vortragssprache kann der Vortragende zwischen Deutsch oder Englisch wählen, ein Großteil der Vorträge wird auf Deutsch gehalten werden.

9:0010:00Anmeldung & Kaffee
10:0010:15BegrüßungDENOG OrgaPDF
10:1510:45 SDN Reality Check Carsten Michel PDF
10:4511:00 An analysis of the Internet interconnection density in IPv6 compared to IPv4 Christian Kaufmann PDF
11:0011:15 Debugging IXPs Edwin Punt PDF
11:1511:45 Apollon Daniel Melzer, Oliver Knapp PDF 1 PDF 2
11:4512:15 Technical aspects of Internet Governance Marco Hogewoning PDF
14:1514:45 How to explore EDNS-Client-Subnet Supporters in your Free Time Florian Streibelt PDF
14:4515:15 The Internet Society's Role - and how You can help Peter Koch PDF
15:1515:45 100Gbps in Metro Networks Sven Krüger PDF
16:3017:00 Akamai CDN, IPv6 and DNS security Christian Kaufmann PDF
17:0017:45 Network Functions Virtualization on top of Xen Simon Kuenzer PDF
17:4518:15 Internet Localisation Ian Cleary PDF
18:1518:30 Closing DENOG Orga PDF
18:30GetTogether in the Lobby

"Internet Localisation" - Ian Cleary, Level 3

Today's challenges in the peering paradigm - possible paths forward:

  • Challenges of the highly competitive transit market
  • Multiple answers and possible paths in the ISP network world
  • AS migration & integration

"100Gbps in Metro Networks" - Sven Krüger, Cube Optics

Fired by bandwidth hungry applications of enterprises and end-users data rate demand is still growing at ca. 45% CAGR. Not only does this increase data traffic within data centers but also in metro range networks. Already in 2008 the IEEE task force started to standardize 100Gbps interfaces for shorter reach application, in parallel to ITU based long-haul transmission. Now, 5y later the technology matures. 100G metro range transport has now become possible by passive means, based on pluggable 100G optics and avoiding the implementation of complex and costly transport systems and unnecessary media conversion. This enables 100Gbps metro range networks to become attractive not only for the “early adaptors” but also in terms of cost and port density.