Re: [80all] Reminder: Thursday Lunchtime Speaker Series - BIRD

Ray Pelletier <raypelletier@mac.com> Thu, 31 March 2011 06:49 UTC

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Note:  Lunch is not being provided.  

While there is a grab and go adjacent to the Congress Hall, it is unlikely to support the needs of 300 + people, so you may want to make other arrangements.

Ray
On Mar 31, 2011, at 1:53 AM, Ray Pelletier wrote:

> Topic:  BIRD (http://bird.network.cz) an open source implementation of a
> routing daemon for Unix systems.  The presentation will cover BIRD's features, 
> deployment as well RFC compliance.
> 
> Speakers: 
>  Ondrej Filip, CEO of CZ.NIC
>  Ondrej Zajicek, member of CZ.NIC Labs
> 
> Logistics:
>  Congress Hall 2
>  12:00 - 12:45
> 
> Brief description of topic:
> 
> BIRD (http://bird.network.cz) is an open source implementation of a
> routing daemon for Unix systems. It started as a school project at
> Charles University in Prague, and it has been developed by CZ.NIC Labs
> (http://labs.nic.cz) since 2009. Its design differs significantly from
> the other routing daemons. The main features are powerful filtering
> language, low resource consumption, multiple routing tables connected
> by pipes. Because of those unique features BIRD is used in several
> large peering centers (such as LINX, DE-CIX, PAIX, NIX.CZ) as a route
> server. The presentation will cover BIRD's features, deployment as
> well RFC compliance.
> 
> Bios of speakers:
> 
> Ondrej Filip
> Ondřej has been CEO of the CZ.NIC association since December 2004.
> Ondřej also acts in boards of the association NIX.CZ (Neutral Internet
> Exchange), associations Euro-IX (European Internet Exchange
> Association) and DNS OARC (The Domain Name System Operations Analysis
> and Research Center). He is also a member of Multistakeholder Advisory
> Group. Herewith his duties he still remains technical geek and his
> real passion is programming of network protocols.
> 
> Ondrej Zajicek
> Ondrej Zajicek is a member of CZ.NIC Labs (http://labs.nic.cz/) and the
> main developer of BIRD Internet Routing Daemon since CZ.NIC Labs took
> over its development. He is also a computer science researcher in
> Institute of Mathematics of the Academy of Sciences, and a director of
> community metropolitan network CRFreeNet.
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