Guest Post: An interest in Path Computation Element is all it took to get one budding engineer in 2005 to get hooked on the RFC process, a journey he hopes will inspire others to get involved.
Dhruv Dhody has been working in the networking domain for the last 16 years with Huawei Technologies. Over the years he has worked on MPLS VPNs, OSPF, NTP, ALTO, CSPF, for Huawei's Routing Platform. He is currently working on research and standards for various emerging technologies as PCE, Segment Routing (SR), and Network Slicing. He is an active IETF contributor in the area of Path Computation and Traffic Engineering with 15 RFCs as the main editor and 12 as a contributor.