Mr Ondrej Sury (CZ.NIC)
5/14/17, 4:30 PM
The DNS Violations effort has been kicked off few days ago. In this presentation, I am going to cover the most common types of DNS protocol violations with real world examples, recommendations, workarounds. I would also like to initiate a discussion about possible way how to move forward and whether we need and want to take a stand.
Mr Ray Bellis (Internet Systems Consortium, Inc.)
5/14/17, 5:00 PM
I will describe (and hopefully demonstrate) ISC's Performance Lab System, which we intend to release as Open Source by the time of the workshop. This system performs continuous builds and tests of multiple configurations of BIND9 and other DNS software for the purpose of tracking long term trends, identifying performance regressions, and for testing the effects on performance of...
Evan Thompson (CIRA)
5/14/17, 5:30 PM
While metrics comparing the query performance of various DNS software are readily available, similar metrics comparing provisioning performance are not as easily found. Over the last year CIRA’s secondary managed DNS platform, D-Zone, experienced large growth with the potential for even more expansion in the next year. Accordingly, we are required to reexamine our current DNS implementation...
Mr Petr Špaček (CZ.NIC)
5/14/17, 6:00 PM
All DNS resolver vendors face the same question: Is the new version going to upset users? This is a very hard question to answer because DNS resolvers have many use-cases and have to deal with variations in DNS protocol implementation. Opinions on best practices in software testing vary... but from the functional perspective the most important criteria is if users are able to resolve...