The Routing Table podcast is hosted by Melchior Aelmans and Rick Mur.
We talk about technology and anything related.
Cloud Native Networking - Andree Toonk, Internet Infrastructure Architect
Andree is an experienced technologist and entrepreneur with a passion for all aspects of Internet infrastructure. He is also the founder of BGPMon.
Today Andree focusses on designing and building cloud native (networking) applications. Make sure to check out his blog https://toonk.io/ and latest project https://www.mysocket.io/.
The Quantum Internet - Wojciech Kozlowski, Postdoctoral Researcher @ TU Delft
Wojciech explains what Quantum Networking/Internet is and what it's not. Rick and Melchior ask Wojciech all about entanglement, fidelity, qubits, Quantum Key Distribution (QKD), spooky action at a distance and his work in the IETF Quantum Internet Research Group (QIRG).
Scaling Beyond the CDN - Jake Holland, Principal Architect @ Akamai Technologies
How to scale beyond the CDN with 8k video, millions of simultaneous download and streams, local caches and multicast. This episode is the last in the series of 3 in which we discuss scaling the internet.
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Happy New Year!
Happy New Year from your Routing Table Podcast hosts Rick & Melchior. Thank you for listening in 2020. We hope you'll stick with us in 2021!
Scaling the World's Largest CDNs - Matthew Walster, Network Reliability Engineer
Matthew shares his experiences building a few of the largest CDNs on the planet. We talk about serving hundreds or thousands of streams, 4k video, CDN nodes deeply embedded in the service provider network, downsides of multicast, DRM and protocols.
Better Together: Apstra & Juniper - Jeff Tantsura, Head of Networking Strategy @ Apstra
Hear from Jeff Tantsura what Apstra does and why they are joining forces with Juniper. Jeff is an industry veteran who is also very active in IETF and other standards bodies. In this episode we discuss EVPN, BGP, IP fabric, Intend Based Networking, fabric orchestration and RIFT is also mentioned.
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