SGNOG5 (5 September 2017)
|0905||Keynote: Some thoughts on the Internet of Things
This presentation attempts to place the recent hype about the Internet of Things into a broader perspective with regards to the evolution of computers and networking. We explore the implications relating to the issues of quality and manageability in a world of essentially unmanaged devices.
Are we ready for such an environment? What can we learn from recent events that illustrate some of the risks we might encounter in such an environment?
APNICGeoff Huston is the Chief Scientist at the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC), where he undertakes research on topics associated with Internet infrastructure, IP technologies, and address distribution policies.Widely regarded as the preeminent researcher on IPv4 exhaustion, he is routinely referenced by international agencies and frequently quoted by the ICT media.
|Scaling data centre bandwidth with 400G and 800G Ethernet
Data centre bandwidth requirements are growing at an exponential rate with the shift to Serverless Computing, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence.
25/50/100Gbps connectivity are currently the most economical ways to meet such demand. In this presentation, we go further by looking at 400/800Gbps technologies and trends to cope with even greater bandwidth demand post 2017.
Systems Engineering Manager
AristaYJ Huang leads Arista’s Systems Engineering team in APAC, providing cloud data centre networking solutions to customers. He has 15 years of experience in the networking industry.Prior to joining Arista in 2010, YJ worked for Telco Systems as its Technical Director APJ, focusing on Metro-Ethernet solutions.A resident of Singapore, YJ holds a Master of Engineering in Electrical and Computing engineering from the National University of Singapore.
|1005||DNS security, DNSSEC and root zone DNSSEC KSK rollover
DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC) protects DNS data by validating the signatures associated with DNS records. ICANN is performing a root zone DNSSEC KSK rollover and distributing the new public key to parties operating validating resolvers.
This presentation updates us on this process and how network operators can prepare themselves.
Chief Technology Officer
David Conrad is a long-time and active participant in Internet infrastructure, development, and operations.
Highlights of his career include leading the team that developed one of the first TCP/IP packages for the original IBM PC, helping to start one of the first commercial Internet Service Providers in Japan, establishing and becoming the first Director General of APNIC, founding and being the CTO and co-VP of Engineering of Nominum, being the “Internet Janitor” at CloudFlare, and performing a number of roles at ICANN, including General Manager of the IANA, Vice President of IT and currently, CTO.
|1055||Disaggregation for Data Centre interconnections – Is it real or not?
The concept of disaggregation, ie, separating data centre equipment into separate components, particularly at the optical layer has been debated, questioned and evaluated by Internet Content Providers (ICP), Carrier Neutral Providers (CNP), Internet eXchange Providers (IXP) and Communication Service Providers (CSP) for the past 2–3 years.
Where are we now? Has anyone implemented this concept in a production network? Or is that just a hype?
In this presentation, Dion will provide market updates and his views based on his interaction with the ICP/CNP/IXP/CSP communities in Asia.
Vice President – Business Development
Dion Leung is the VP of Business Development at Coriant, where his main focus is to consult and recommend connectivity solutions to data centre providers, content and service providers across Asia Pacific region.
Prior to Coriant, Dion was the Director of Solutions and Sales Engineering at BTI Systems (acquired by Juniper), and he was responsible for managing regional resources, pre-sales and marketing activities via direct customer interactions. Dion is a frequent presenter at regional conferences such as SGNOG, MYNOG, HKNOG, IDNOG, AusNOG and APRICOT. In the past, Dion held various roles in solutions management and product marketing at Tellabs, Cramer Systems in USA, and R&D engineering positions at TRLabs, PMC-Sierra and Nortel in Canada.
Dion graduated with a Ph.D. degree in Electrical & Computing Engineering from the University of Alberta, Canada. He holds several patents, was an author of 10+ technical publications in the area of optical networking, and was a technical programme committee member of optical networking conferences such as OFC/NFOEC (USA) and DRCN (Europe).
|1120||Vardah and routing aftermath
Cyclone Vardah was the most intense tropical cyclone of the 2016 North Indian Ocean cyclone season.
This presentation uses routing table changes observed at route collectors around the world to present the effects of the cyclone on networks in South Asia when they were disconnected from peering hubs in East Asia.
Anurag works as a Network Researcher in Global IP backbone provider, Hurricane Electric, studying BGP routing, transits, IPv6, anycast, CDN and root DNS infrastructure.
Prior to network research work, Anurag has deployed large-scale anycast DNS nodes, and has engaged in IP routing optimisation.
|1145||MANRS – Improving global routing security and resilience
Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) is an Internet Society flagship initiative to improve Internet routing security and resilience.
Aftab will share with us the problems that MANRS is trying to fix and the status of routing security in Singapore.
Technical Engagement Manager, Internet Society
Aftab Siddiqui is associated with the Internet Society as a Technical Engagement Manager in the Asia Pacific region, and also part of the Deploy 360 initiative. His role is to engage with network operators, enterprises, governments, developers, manufacturers of consumer electronics, and other diverse users to encourage deployment and implementation of IPv6, DNSSEC and Routing Security.
Prior to joining ISOC he was the Chief Technologist of an Australian System Integrator, Eintellego Networks. He is based in Sydney, Australia and is an active member of the internet community in the region.
|1210||Cloud traffic engineering using Google Espresso
This presentation introduces Espresso, Google’s peering edge architecture. Shaowen will share with us the technology behind the Google Espresso SDN Controller and how we can leverage it for BGP traffic engineering and optimisation.
Product Director – Asia Pacific
Shaowen is the Product Director of APAC at Juniper Networks. In his role, he leads a team of engineers who drives the development and evolution of Juniper’s product and solutions line across all sectors within the region. Shaowen’s focus is on Telco Cloud, MSDC, Automation, and OTT network architecture, with key expertise in EVPN/VXLAN/ Segment Routing, SDN Controller such as Contrail/North Star and Appformix Cloud Operation.
An industry veteran with 18 years of experience working with major customers in US and APAC, he is also an active speaker at key conferences including Apricot and the SDN Summit, covering topics within the SDN/NFV space.
Shaowen previously held the role of Senior Product Manager at Cisco, where he led the development of their High End Routing product line. Prior to Cisco, he was Senior Product Manager for ALU (Nokia), responsible for managing the Service Router APAC customer portfolio.
|1345||Network automation (NetDevOps) with Ansible
The word Automation is widely used in the Systems world. Systems Administrators are familiar with the term DevOps which makes their lives easier.
On the other hand, Network Engineers are still configuring devices manually—copying and pasting from text editors—and the challenges associated with working in this manner: typos, configuration errors, manual backups and slow deployments etc.
This presentation is about mitigating these challenges through NetDevOps using Ansible, an open-source automation tool. Using real life practical examples, the presentation will include the basics of using Ansible through a 10/15-minutes live demonstration based on Ansible and GNS3.
First Assistant Vice President
With more than 9 years of experience in the systems and networking industry of the banking domain in Bangladesh, Imtiaz is a veteran in designing, implementing and supporting high-availability systems and networking solutions. Prior to joining the banking industry, he worked in an international health research organisation for 5 years. Imtiaz is currently First Assistant Vice President (FAVP) at SBAC Bank Limited of Bangladesh, where he is principally responsible for IT infrastructure service. His portfolio includes servers, network, security operations, automation, virtualisation and containerisation. He is also involved with his local NOG Bangladesh Network Operator Group (BdNOG). In his free time he also runs a technology blog at https://imtiazrahman.com.
|1410||Look who’s knocking?
Have you wondered if anyone has been trying to login to your IP web cam, router or Internet-connected IoT devices? IoT Botnets have been responsible for the 2016 Denial of Service attacks on Internet service providers with malware even being found to be built for such IoT devices.
Christopher will share with us security challenges brought about by IoT and why such devices can be difficult to secure. He will also share with us his experience and findings of running an IoT honeypot, and also best practices in securing IoT devices.
The Honeynet Project – Singapore ChapterChristopher Lek has more than 15 years of IT experience. He graduated from Singapore Polytechnic and Nanyang Technological University and holds several IT and Security certifications.Christopher currently leads a team in a fortune 500 Company and an adjunct lecturer for a local polytechnic. He has previously worked for global conglomerate, financial institution and internet service provider. Being active in the IT Security community, Christopher was the workshop committee member for global Honeynet Workshop and contributed to open source project. He has also spoken in local institution and open source conference.
|1435||Managing a distributed global network
Jimmy shares with us the challenges and Cloudflare’s strategy in managing a worldwide distributed network.
Jimmy is a Network Engineer in Cloudflare—building up, engineering, designing, and maintaining Cloudflare’s global network.
Jimmy has more than 10 years of experience working in the networking industry in both the Internet Service Provider and Data Centre environments. Jimmy holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Information Technology from Curtin University of Technology, Australia. In his free time, Jimmy likes to spend his time with his family. He enjoys running and watching soccer.
|1500||Experience of IPv6 Introduction in JapanIPv6 adoption has always been a challenge. In Japan, the government works very closely with the private sector in enabling broadband connectivity and in promoting the widespread use of IPv6.
While much of IPv6 deployment has been in fixed-line Internet thus far, mobile operators have gradually caught up and all mobile operators in Japan are now IPv6 compliant.
This presentation discusses about broadband in the IPv6 era—its status in broadband networks and issues observed when deployed in Japan, APAC and elsewhere in the world.
There are two parts in this presentation.
|Experience of IPv6 Introduction in JapanPart 1
IPv6 deployment policy and the situation in the World/APAC/Japan
JPNICIzumi Okutani has been a long-standing member of the APNIC community since 2000. She has made contributions to the Internet community at the national, regional, and global level.As Policy Liaison at JPNIC, she has contributed in active discussions in the Japanese community and APNIC regional community on number resources policies for more than 15 years.
She has deep knowledge and expertise on the day-to-day number resources services as well as its policies in the APNIC region, and globally, through her regular participation in other RIR meetings. In addition, she has been involved in activities to promote technologies such as RPKI, IPv6.
In 2014-2016, Izumi served as one of the CRISP Team members from the APNIC region and was appointed Chair. The CRISP Team consolidated IANA Stewardship Transition proposals from each RIR region into a single global proposal for the Number Resources Community. As CRISP Team leader, Izumi coordinated with other community leaders for the global Internet community on transition of the IANA Stewardship from the US Government to the global Internet community. This has won her an ICANN Leadership Award in 2016.
Izumi’s activities and performance have been highly recognized throughout the global Internet community and she has held a range of positions including Co-Chair of the Advisory Council of the Internet Society. She has served on ICANN’s working group on Enhancing ICANN Accountability as an ASO liaison since 2015.
|1600||Experience of IPv6 Introduction in Japan
– Current Internet environment and IPv6 status in Japan
– Status of IPv6-based service in mobile networks
– IPv6 deployment experience and users’ behaviour
SoftbankKoji Yasukagawa is Deputy Manager of the Advanced Technology Office in Softbank Corp. He leads the effort in introducing IPv6 in mobile networks and is responsible for coordination with the government and regulatory authorities.Koji-san has over 16 years of experience in the Internet and telecoms field. He is experienced in designing ISP networks and operations and has headed business development and network development in his role as MVNO Product Manager. Koji-san also leads the regulatory affairs team’s focus in Internet and Telecom networks.
Takashi Ito joined NTT DOCOMO in 1995. Since April 2000, Takashi-san has been involved in ISP systems operations, designing the system to handle the ever-increasing number of subscribers and improvements in NTT DOCOMO’s Packet Flat-Rate Service, Congratulatory Mail amongst others. Since July 2014, Takashi-san has been engaged in system planning.
Manabu Ito received his B.E. degree in electronics, information and communications engineering and M.E. degree in global information and telecommunication studies from Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan in 2006 and 2008, respectively, and his Ph.D. degree in information science at Osaka University, Suita, Japan in 2016.
He joined KDDI in 2008 and has been engaged in the research on fast handover management in IP multimedia subsystems, architecture of evolved packet cores, and virtualisation of servers and networks in KDDI R&D Labs., Inc. He was an Expert Researcher with the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Tokyo, Japan from 2013 to 2015. He moved to the headquarters, KDDI Corp., in 2016 and is currently working as a strategic planner and engineer in the Technological Planning Team. His current responsibilities include planning the future mobile network architecture.
|1650||Lightning Talk: NOG-related activities and highlights in APNIC, APNIC44 and APNIC45||Izumi Okutani
|1700||Lightning Talk: Singapore – Connectivity to the world
Blessed by geography and having no natural disasters, Singapore is a telecoms hub with many submarine cable systems terminating in the island state. In this presentation, I share my experience of landing a new submarine cable system in Singapore and also the considerations when choosing a cable system for your capacity requirements.
|Tan Shao Yi
Head – Optical Transport Network
ViewQwestShao Yi has 13 years of working experience in Internet Service Provider (ISP) systems and operations from his formative years working at Pacnet. He spent the last 14 years managing high-availability, mission-critical systems and telco services in his stints in Pacnet, salesforce.com, Moratel and ViewQwest.Shao Yi is an avid reader in his free time [and daily commutes]. When he has time to spare, Shao Yi swims for leisure and listens to classical music.
|1730||Evening Social @ Bodacious||All|