[Recentattendees] IETF 102 Wednesday Host Speaker Series!
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IETF 102, Hosted by Juniper! More information about IETF 102 here: https://ietf.org/how/meetings/102/ Register for IETF 102 here: https://ietf.org/how/meetings/register/ NOTE: The Host Speaker series will take place on Wednesday at IETF 102. Topic: Networking 3.0 Speaker: Bikash Koley, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Juniper Networks Over the last decade, networking has seen some fundamental shifts. Much of that has been driven by how network is consumed today by users and applications. Network’s evolution from a rigid, human-driven, connectivity mechanism to a programmable, self-driving and intent-drive infrastructure continues. Bikash is going to share his experience of the past decade in building such a self-driving network at Google and how he sees this evolution only accelerating in every enterprise and service provider networks going forward. Bikash will put into perspective some of the leading technologies that are disrupting networking today. For instance, does disaggregation end with white box, or are there other opportunities to separate traditionally tightly-integrated technology components? How do monitoring and programmability ultimately have to come together to support highly automated infrastructure leveraging DevOps ambitions and event-driven infrastructure? How does security change when policy and control extend well beyond a single domain? Bikash has a practitioner’s view of what is important, what is different, and what should be leveraged in embracing Networking 3.0. Logistics: • Room: Laurier • Date: Wednesday, July 18 • Time: 12:30 – 13:15 • Lunch will NOT be provided. Speaker Biography: Bikash Koley, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Juniper Networks Bikash joined Juniper in September 2017, after a decade as a top engineer and visionary at Google, where he helped turn every layer of the network stack into a programmable, distributed system. Along the way, he designed, built, and operated Google’s production infrastructure and led the team responsible for adopting SDN. Bikash holds 18 networking technology patents and was instrumental in creating the OpenConfig working group.
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