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Thursday, July 21 2016
Time/Webcast:Room:Topic/Abstract:Presenter/Sponsor:Presentation Files:
8:30am - 9:00amEmpire Complex Foyer (7th Floor)Registration
9:00am - 9:30amEmpire Complex (7th Floor)Welcome & IntroductionsSpeakers:

  • Huanhuan Jezzibell Gilmore, PacketFabric
  • Jezzibell is the SVP of Business Development for PacketFabric, a stealth mode startup building the next-generation networking platform to redefine interconnection. She brings 17+ years of professional experience from our own community. Jezzibell began her tenure in the industry at AboveNet back in 1998. She has held various positions in Management, Marketing, Operations, Global Sourcing, Corporate Strategy, and Business Development at companies such as: AboveNet, Akamai, IX Reach, ServerCentral, nLayer, and GTT. Jezzibell has been serving as a Board of Director on the current NANOG Board, and was the Vice Chair of the Development Committee from 2012 to 2013. She has been an active NANOG participant since 2001.

  • L Sean Kennedy, XO Communications
  • L Sean Kennedy is an active member of the Internet Engineering community and a Director of Network Engineering at XO Communications. He has been a member of the NANOG Program Committee since 2013.
  • Christian Koch, Megaport.
pdfWelcome & Introductions(PDF)
9:30am - 10:30amEmpire Complex (7th Floor)Challenges in deploying network infrastructure in NYCModerators:
  • Christian Koch, Megaport.
  • Adam Rothschild.
  • Nicholas Schmidt.
  • Neal Secher.
  • Dave Temkin, Netflix
  • David Temkin is the Vice President of Network Strategy and Architecture at Netflix. He is responsible for the network architecture of Netflix's distributed content caching systems. Previously he managed the corporate Network Engineering teams as the Network Engineering Manager, responsible for global data and voice networks as well as CDN relationships. He has also held the position of Director of IP Product Development and Engineering at Telx. He was responsible for all Layer 2 & 3 product architecture, design, and deployment across the Telx portfolio of data centers. Previously, he spent time at Yahoo! as the Layer 4-7 Network Architect, responsible for network load balancing. He also designed and built out the global network for Right Media, an online ad serving startup that was later acquired by Yahoo!
pdfChallenges in deploying network infrastructure in NYC(PDF)
pdfChallenges in deploying network infrastructure in NYC(PDF)
10:30am - 11:30amEmpire Complex (7th Floor)Tutorial: Everything you wanted to know about optical networking, but were afraid to askSpeakers:

  • Richard Steenbergen, PacketFabric
  • Richard Steenbergen is co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of PacketFabric, a next-generation Network-as-a-Service interconnection and transport solutions provider. Prior to starting PacketFabric, Richard served as CTO of GTT Communications, a leading global IP/MPLS backbone and Tier 1 network operator in over 80 countries. Richard was also the founder and CTO of nLayer Communications for 11 years, served as a Sr Network Architect for various large NSPs, and served as a Sr Software Engineer helping developed advanced optimized routing techniques. Richard has been attending NANOG since 1999, and is a frequent speaker and contributor.
pdfEverything you wanted to know about optical networking, but were afraid to ask(PDF)
11:30am - 11:45amEmpire Complex (7th Floor) NYC MeshSpeakers:
  • Brian Hall.
pdfNYC Mesh(PDF)
11:45am - 12:45pmManhattan Ballroom (8th Floor)Lunch
12:45pm - 1:00pm NYC NOTR Trivia Contest
1:00pm - 1:45pmEmpire Complex (7th Floor)IPv6Speakers:

  • Ciprian Popoviciu, Nephos6
  • Dr. Ciprian Popoviciu is the president and CEO of Nephos6, a company developing the tools to monitor on prem or SaaS based services over IPv4 and IPv6. Ciprian has over 19 years of experience working in various technical and leadership roles. Prior to starting Nephos6 he managed the architecture team of Cisco’s Engineering Infrastructure Services organization where he defined the strategy and led the execution of the internal DC consolidation and transition to cloud. He is an industry recognized domain expert in IPv6 who, over the past 12 years worked on the strategy, architecture, implementation and validation of IPv6 adoption by large service providers and enterprises Worldwide. Ciprian worked with various governments on defining national level and agency level IPv6 strategies and standards. He also worked with product and test teams on specific IPv6 features and roadmaps towards IPv6 readiness. Ciprian authored two IPv6 books: “Deploying IPv6 Networks” and “Global IPv6 Strategies”. He co-authored 5 IPv6 related IETF RFCs and multiple IPv6 related patents. Ciprian is an IPv6 Forum Fellow and a Cisco Champion. He is a frequent speaker to industry events and conferences and he is an active contributor to various technology and scientific publications.
1:45pm - 2:30pmEmpire Complex (7th Floor)DNSSec TutorialSpeakers:

  • Eddy Winstead, Internet Systems Consortium
  • Eddy has over 20 years of DNS, DHCP and sysadmin experience. He was a systems analyst and hostmaster for the North Carolina Research and Education Network (NCREN) for over a decade. At ISC, Eddy has delivered DNS + DNSSEC consulting, configuration audits and technical training.
pdfDNSSec Tutorial(PDF)
2:30pm - 2:45pmEmpire Complex Foyer (7th Floor)Break
2:45pm - 3:30pmEmpire Complex (7th Floor)Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery for NetworksSpeakers:

  • Pete Lumbis, Cumulus Networks
  • I'm current a systems engineer at Cumulus Networks where I help customers design and automate datacenter networks. Before this I was a Cisco TAC escalation engineer for routing protocols, supporting MPLS, BGP and multicast. I am CCIE #28677 and CCDE 2012::3
pdfContinuous Integration and Continuous Delivery for Networks(PDF)
3:30pm - 4:00pmEmpire Complex (7th Floor)Life after IPv4 and ARIN PPCSpeakers:

  • Leslie Nobile, ARIN
  • Leslie Nobile is the Senior Director of Global Registry Knowledge at the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN). Reporting directly to the CEO, her main role is to research and recommend Registry improvements both within ARIN and across the Registry system, with a focus on data integrity and quality. Prior to that, Leslie served as ARIN’s Director of Registration Services for 14 and ½ years where she was responsible for the delivery and execution of ARIN’s core function of allocating and registering Internet Number Resources. Leslie has over 25 years of experience in the Internet industry, where she has held various technical management positions. Her previous work includes Internet registry operations at the DDN/DoD Network Information Center (NIC), as well as technical support of the development and expansion of the Defense Data Network (DDN), a high-speed military data network that evolved from the ARPANET. Leslie received her B.A. from the American University in Washington, D.C.
pdfLife after IPv4 and ARIN PPC(PDF)
4:00pm - 4:45pmEmpire Complex (7th Floor)TracerouteSpeakers:
  • L Sean Kennedy.
  • Jesse Sowell, Stanford
  • Jesse Sowell is a Research Affiliate at MIT and runs DevOps and Measurement Visualization at the Markley Group. Jesse's PhD research was a study of institutional mechanisms and attendant forms of authority that support Internet infrastructure operations. In other words, what are the characteristics of the social glue that ensures interconnection among a private network of networks continues to cohere into the modern Internet? Jesse's current research interests comprise cost and risk models of Internet infrastructure, incentives in malware value networks, and the political challenges of developing joint capabilities between operational communities and conventional governance actors.
4:45pm - 5:00pmEmpire Complex (7th Floor)Open Mic/Closing RemarksSpeakers:
  • Betty Burke.
  • L Sean Kennedy, XO Communications
  • L Sean Kennedy is an active member of the Internet Engineering community and a Director of Network Engineering at XO Communications. He has been a member of the NANOG Program Committee since 2013.
pdfOpen Mic/Closing Remarks(PDF)
5:00pm - 6:30pmManhattan Ballroom (8th Floor)Evening Reception


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