Mr. Samir Jafferali (LinkedIn)
Wes Hardaker (USC/ISI)
IP anycast provides DNS operators and CDNs with automatic fail-over and reduced latency by breaking the Internet into catchments,each served by a different anycast site. Unfortunately, understanding and predicting changes to catchments as sites are added or removed has been challenging. Current tools such as RIPE Atlas or commercial equivalents map from thousands of vantage points (VPs),but...
Mr. Alexis Fasquel (Packet Clearing House)
As part of the creation of a new public DNS resolver by PCH, multiple monitoring projects have been introduced. This open sourced monitoring suite is part of an effort to allow a better internal understanding of our public DNS resolution service but also to answer specific questions asked by some of our partners. The various components look at the full stream of DNS data, distills and...
Mr. Stephan Lagerholm (T-mobile)
Over the last 10 years, T-Mobile have had a strategy of removing our dependency of IPv4. In the spring of 2017 we finally flipped the switch and turned off IPv4 for over 10 million handsets. We have in other words reached the utopia of making our customer experience independent of IP transport protocol. To achieve this we are using DNS64 and related technologies. Stephan will share some of...