Traffic Engineering is now so important as a glue for the Internet that it's worth stepping back to consider what it is, how it works, and what work the IETF is currently engaged in.
This talk provides an introduction & overview of the Identifier-Locator Networking Protocol (ILNP), focusing on ILNP as a superset of IPv6.
WebRTC, Web Real-Time Communications, is revolutionizing the way web users communicate, both in the consumer and enterprise worlds.
This talk discusses the various ways DNS queries are exposed to leakage and surveillance, what has been designed and implemented, and where we are going next.
This talk explains the concept of TrustZone (as one example of a widely deployed technology offering sandboxing) and the Open Trust Protocol.
This tutorial covers the three fundamental operations of DNS-based service discovery: Offer, Enumerate, and Use.