Sales Engineer – Asia Pacific
Vincent Boon has over 25 years of experience in the IT and networking industry, working with enterprise and data center customers within APJC. For the past 15 years, his focus has been in DCIM, Access and Power Solutions working with clients such as OCBC, Smart Nation and AXA Technology Services. Technology has always been a keen interest of Vincent’s and his previous roles within technology companies have involved him working closely with engineering teams in providing productive solutions to customers. He joined Opengear at the beginning of 2018 and brings his expertise to assist customers on next generation intelligent solutions for managing critical IT and communications infrastructure.
Historically, network device configuration and telemetry has been fragile, inconsistent and difficult to maintain. Model-driven configuration and telemetry allows network policies and state to be centrally described and automatically applied, using abstract models that are consistent across vendors. This has the potential to reduce operational complexity and allows consistent telemetry gathering in multi-vendor networks.
In this session you’ll gain an overview of industry standard models including IETF and OpenConfig, learn how to perform common configuration and statistics gathering work using these models and open source tools, and walk through a practical example of migrating a manually maintained network to a programmable model-based approach through the implementation of open standards.
Staff Network Engineer
Various network engineering related problem statements that we solved using python.
Tan Shao Yi
Junko Nozaki joined Seiko Solutions in 2018 after building her career at Japanese system integrator NEC and data centre provider @Tokyo. She is familiar with the needs of service providers and the enterprise and uses her experience to work on a overseas marketing expansion strategy of time synchronization product and other network related products.
Accurate time is the foundation of information and communications. Regarding the upcoming leap second, this presentation explains how computers recognize time and handle leap second as well as the importance of system preparation to avoid any failure due to time lag caused by leap second.
Director – Sales and Global Strategic Accounts – APAC Enterprise Networks, Corning
Dennis is the Sales Director of Corning Optical Communications. He is responsible for managing the ecosystem for sales and distribution of optical communication systems for data center networking applications in APAC.
Dennis has more than 20 years of working experience in the info-communication industry. His passions and interests revolved around the domains of structured cabling systems, enterprise networking, digital video technologies and low voltage power protection systems.
Prior to joining Corning, Dennis had assumed several key positions within Sony Electronics. He was appointed as Head of Channel Sales & Marketing for SEA region in July 2011 to July 2012, and Division Head/Country Manager of Indonesia in Jun 2008 to June 2011. He had also held technical positions as Senior Network Engineer with Defence Science & Technology Agency, Sales and Application Engineer with VMC Technology, and Head of Engineering / Systems Sales with Knockner-Moeller.
Dennis graduated with a Master Degree in Mass Communications and Postgraduate Certificate in Network Engineering with Nanyang Technological University in 2014 and 2002, respectively. He also graduated with a Bachelor Degree (first class honors) in Electronics and Electrical Engineering with University of Glasgow, U.K. in 1996.
Our topic covers mainly on the optical trends in data centre. As the demand for bandwidth continues to increase exponentially, data center operators need to understand how they can effectively scale their optical structured cabling as they grow – example from 10G to 100G and eventually to 400G. Knowing what are the best practices and standards can help data center operators to avoid pitfalls with reduced overall CapEx and OpEx.
Technical Marketing Engineer,
This session provides an introduction to BGP routing incidents and how they come about. Specific examples are given on BGP route leaking and route hijacking and the mechanics behind them. Finally, this session aims to equip participants with the knowledge of ways to detect and mitigate such incidents.
Leung Wing Kin
Chief Technology Officer
Marketing & Product Solution Sales Dept of Enterprise BG, Huawei
WK joined Huawei in September 2011 with over 30 years of experience in the areas of Internet, Telecommunications and Computing Technologies. Before joining Huawei, WK worked as the Chief Technology Officer of Cisco China where he was responsible for System Engineering Management and Product Management with over 1B USD annual revenue. WK had also held many leadership roles within Ericsson, 3Com, Digital Equipment Corporation and Philip Data Systems that enables him to have in-depth understanding of the ICT industry.
The mobile communications industry has entered the 5G era. In the 5G network architecture, the eMBB, mMTC, and URLLC scenarios are defined to provide services with high bandwidth, low latency, and massive access. The 5G does not only require new technologies of air interface, but also makes new requirements for the bearer network. In the session of 5G Transport Networking, we will discuss the requirements of the 5G for the bearer network, what technologies will be used in the 5G bearer network, and also the architecture of the 5G bearer network. In addition, this session will also analyzes a user case of the 5G bearer network design.
Anurag works for Global IP backbone provider Hurricane Electric as Network Researcher. He works closely around BGP routing, transits, IPv6, anycast, CDN and root DNS infrastructure. In past, Anurag has deployed large scale anycast DNS nodes, and has worked closely across optimisation of IP routing.
SP networks have been deployed with Traditional MPLS in the last decade. It is time for SP to reconsider reinventing the network to support the below:- – high speed bandwidth – Ultra low latency services – web-scale – automation – programmability
For these, Segment Routing is key.
From signing hundreds of routes to ensuring our routers have the latest ROAs, we came across many operational challenges and we worked hard to make deploying this framework a piece of cake.We will be presenting our results and share our good practices for everyone who wish to setup painlessly RPKI on their network.
Aditya is a technology evangelist, innovator and a seasoned telecommunications specialist with background in planning, design, implementation and operations of NexGen IP Architectures. Aditya holds in depth understanding of Services Business and has been a key contributor in Planning and Designing Future State Architectures. Aditya is working at Juniper Networks as Professional Services Solution Architect for APAC.
Spring-Advanced Use Cases assumes a fair understanding of general Spring concepts and builds up on the context of SR-TE, the various mechanisms and tools within Spring based Traffic Engineering and various options available for deploying SR-TE.
The presentation also intends to introduce the concept of Spring Flex-Algo which is IGP based flexible algorithms and can be used by the operator to program/slice the network and provide value added services to end consumer.
Suman Kumar Saha
Over the last 14 years I worked for different ISPs in Bangladesh. My expertise is in Linux system administration and in network security. I’m regular speaker of BDNOG conference and workshop. I’m one of the founding member of BDNOG, also a member of BDCERT. I joined in many conference and workshop of BDNOG/SANOG/APNIC/APRICOT as speaker on DNS/DNSSEC, Network security, Linux system administration. Recently I’ve joined in a cyber security threat data provider company to provide technical support and to support on product development.
Use Of DNS Firewalls Could Reduce 33% Of All Cybersecurity Breaches, New Global Cyber Alliance Research Finds.
Over 91% percent malware uses DNS(As Cisco 2016 Annual Cyber security report). Nearly all the cryptominer stuffs uses DNS based C&C(As Cisco 2016 Annual Cyber security report).
DNS firewall allows a recursive server to control the behaviour of responses to queries. Administrator to overlay custom information on top of the global DNS to provide alternate responses to queries.
DNS firewall will block DNS resolution, machines connecting to the C&C, malware, phishing, cyrptominer domains. In this paper we will present a case study to implement DNS firewall in an ISP and we will show how it can be use as threat hunting tool.
Sr. Director of Product Management,
Bill Kaufmann is currently a senior director of product management at Ciena. In this role, he works to support the Blue Planet Routing Optimization and Assurance (ROA) and Multi-Domain Service Orchestration (MDSO) products.
Throughout Mr. Kaufmann’s 20 years in the telecommunications industry, he has held a variety of positions and provides a wealth of experience. Before joining Ciena, he worked for Coriant and Tellabs in a variety of product management roles covering IP routing and SDN controller products, as well as positions at AT&T and several telecom startups.
Bill received a bachelor’s degree from Haverford College in Philadelphia and attended the Master of International Business program at the University of South Carolina on an Allied Signal Fellowship.
5G-ready networks need to be able to adapt to ever-growing demands. Ciena’s intent-based automation empowers service providers to transform their networks to deliver dynamic bandwidth, service assurance, and proactive maintenance—while delivering cost savings.
Senior Network Engineer,
Daniel is a Network Engineer at Facebook and works in the Network Infrastructure team that takes care of building services and automation that keeps the network running and healthy.
Daniel serves previously as CEO of a startup that provides training in various networking certifications, automation and systems administration.