Theme: Preserving network integrity
Homerton College, University of Cambridge
"Drawing room", G
How to get there
The venue is 10 minute walk from Cambridge train station, reachable by train directly from Stansted Airport. Trains run every ~30 minutes.
To enter the UK:
You need to ensure your identity documents are valid for the whole of your stay. For more information refer to gov.uk - > https://www.gov.uk/uk-border-control/before-you-leave-for-the-uk
There are no COVID tests or restrictions in place in the UK. but please check rules on re-entering your own country.
Masks are not generally required unless the operator has their own rules so worth carrying one.
Further details from gov.uk here - > https://www.gov.uk/guidance/travel-to-england-from-another-country-during-coronavirus-covid-19
Where to stay
- Travelodge Cambridge Central is closest and best value (5 minutes walk)
- Centennial Hotel (10 minutes walk)
- Ibis Cambridge Central Station (10 minutes walk)
- Any Hotel around Cambridge Central Train Station is a short walk from the venue
Meeting ID: 688 3618 9197
Following the afternoon meeting there will a social event starting at 6:00pm. This is an opportunity to punt on the River Cam following a route along the backs of the famous Cambridge Colleges. There will be a small cost in the region of £8/€8 to £10/€10 per person (CASH ONLY) depending on the final number. More details will be provided at the meeting.
The evening dinner is scheduled for 8:15pm (UK local) Tuesday 10th and will be held at the following location. The cost of the dinner event is covered by the host GÉANT:
Restaurant: Millworks, The Watermill, Newnham Road, Cambridge, CB3 9EY.
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10&11 May 2022 - lunch to lunch
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Tuesday, 10th of May
|Tuesday morning||You are welcome to visit GÈANT NOC - get in touch with Tony Barber|
ALL TIMES ARE UK LOCAL
|Arrival - Lunch|
|13:00-13:20 (1400-1420 CEST)||Welcome and introductions - Bram Peeters - GEANT Chief Network Operations Officer/Tony Barber, GÉANT|
Orchestration at SURF - Max Mudde
Presentation about the SURF orchestrator, with use cases of how you use it, where to get it, and how to install it and integrate it in existing systems.
BGPlay and RIPEstat - Christian Teuschel, RIPE NCC
RIPEstat is a large-scale information service and the open data platform of the RIPE NCC. This will be an introduction to RIPEstat with a focus on BGPlay, one of its most popular visualisation tools for BGP data.
|14:20-14:50||NetYce - "How to drive standardization and compliance with network automation"- Wim Gerrits|
|14:50-15:20||Coffee and Tea Break|
Streaming telemetry - Raul Lopes, David Richardson, Jisc
Lesson learnt from deploying streaming telemetry, including its usage on RARE (Router for Academia, Research & Education), followed by a discussion on how others are using it.
|18:00-19:00||Social activity - punting|
Dinner at the restaurant "Millworks", hosted by GÉANT
The Watermill, Newnham Road, Cambridge, CB3 9EY.
Wednesday, 11th of May
GÉANT Network Refresh Update - Paul Shelswell, GÉANT
An update on the progress made to date in the GN4-3N refresh project. Updates will include deployment status, migration status and decommissioning status along with a look at the top risks, financial status and what is planned for the next 3 months.
MicroDep Microdep - End-to-end monitoring improves the quality of inter-domain
Microdep is Sikt's/Uninett's end-to-end monitoring system which both measure and analyse network behaviour on a millisecond time scale. The system has proven to reveal and pinpoint several suboptimal routing
RPKI - Christian Teuschel, RIPE NCC
This presentation is an introductory overview to RPKI, how it works and some statistics on its current deployment.
|10:45-11:15||Coffee and Tea Break|
Network Automation eAcademy - Maria Isabel Gandia, CSUC
The Network Automation e-Academy team has completed the Introductory material and is now releasing more technical units. In this presentation, we will see an update of the new units and examples of labs for Ansible, NETCONF, NSO, etc ( See more here: OAV Training Portal).
|SUNET NOC flash talk - Jonny Lundin, SUNET|
|DFN NOC update - Thomas Schmidt, DFN|
|12:15- 13:00||Evaluation and future topics|
|After the meeting, you are welcome to visit GÈANT NOC - get in touch with Tony Barber|