CHI-NOG 07 Agenda

Ready for the next CHI-NOG (May 18th)? We have a great agenda with spectacular speakers coming from all over the world to Chicago to bring our community together and spread some knowledge.  This year the presentations range from Open/R, VXLAN within DCs, Docker Networking, Optical Networks, Darknet, Event Driven Automation, Network Monitoring and Analytics, Mobile Backhaul Networks and the Internet Peering landscape. Detailed agenda below, but don’t forget to register soon as regular ticket sale end April 30th.

For detailed description please check out the CHI-NOG07 Agenda Page.

Open/R – The Joy of Packet Routing Petr Lapukhov (Facebook) – Developer and Network Engineer at Facebook.
Containers: The New Network Endpoint  Jon Langemak – Author of “Docker Networking Cookbook”
Building Data Center Networks with VXLAN EVPN Overlays David Jansen (Cisco) – Author of “Building Data Centers with VXLAN BGP EVPN: A Cisco NX-OS Perspective”
The Hidden Face of The Darknet Daniel Smith (Radware) – Security researcher for Radware’s Emergency Response Team.
The Latest in Optical Networking Richard Steenbergen (PacketFabric) – CTO of PacketFabric.
Multiple Generations of Mobile Backhaul Technologies Khalid Samara (MENOG) – PC Chair of the Middle East Network Operators Group.
EDA – Event Driven Automation (Automation 5.0+) Vincent Celindro (Juniper) – Network Architect.
Isolario – The Real-Time Internet Routing Observatory Luca Sani – Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca.
Flexible Network Analytics in the Cloud  Jon Dugan (ESnet) – Software developer at ESnet, the US Department of Energy high performance science network.
How to Use Flow Data Enhanced with BGP, Performance, DNS and URLs  Avi Freedman (Kentik) – CEO of Kentik.
Evolution of The Internet Peering Landscape 2001-2017  Phil Matte (AMS-IX) – Peering facilitator.

And in case you missed it, our new shirt design is done. All attendees get one, that’s in case you needed more motivation to register now.

 

 

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