I attended AINTEC 2016 recently and there were several presentations that stood out for me.
Why you should take notice of Large BGP Communities.
Momentum around IPv6 deployment in the Asia Pacific region is building: IPv6 is going mainstream.
The issue of the relative sizes of the IPv4 and IPv6 Internet in BGP came up during discussion at the APNIC/APRICOT meeting held in Auckland, New Zealand earlier this year.
IoT discussions are increasingly focused on application-level standards, exploring how IoT devices can exploit secure reliable byte streams to communicate their capabilities and command/control logic.
Google recently chose to open source the ‘Threads’ protocol. To use it, you’re going to have to learn how to live in an IPv6-only world.
Should the IETF’s SIDR working group conclude with the emergence of BGPSEC? George Michaelson thinks so.
Scott Bradner was recognized at IETF 95 for his many years of contribution to the Internet community.
George Michaelson shares his favourite picks from DNS-OARC 24, held recently in Buenos Aires.
Each New Year brings with it new puzzles to solve, and questions to answer. Here’s six topics worth keeping an eye on in 2016.