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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Ensuring Service Quality & Security in Converged Networks Through Proactive Monitoring
Meeting: NANOG44
Date / Time: 2008-10-14 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Room: Biltmore Bowl
Presenters: Speakers:

Rahul Vir, Foundry Networks

Rahul Vir is a product line manager at Foundry Networks responsible for defining high end product strategy, evangelizing new technologies, and providing solutions for next generation service provider infrastructures. Prior to joining Foundry he has held various leadership positions in product management and engineering at Riverstone Networks, Hammerhead Systems and Cabletron Systems. In his career of more than 10 years he has been involved in defining multiple platforms and has worked with service providers in designing next-generation IP/MPLS, Ethernet, wireless backhaul and triple- play networks. He has received an MS in Computer Science from Ohio State University and an MBA from University of California at Berkeley.
Abstract: Many Service Providers are migrating to a converged infrastructure capable of offering multiple services including Residential Triple Play and Business VPN Applications. While this reduces infrastructure costs, ensuring service quality and security becomes more complex. Proactive network monitoring using standards based protocols can be used to study traffic patterns, identify top talkers, monitor service quality, and detect anomalies in such networks. The presentation provides solutions for monitoring residential services like video, voice and HSIA, and business services like Layer 2/Layer 3 VPNS.
Files: youtubeEnsuring Service Quality & Security
pdfVir Presentation(PDF)
Sponsors: None.

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