Everyone understands how the Domain Name System (DNS) works, but everyone is wrong! This session was held at 1800 UTC on 23 July 2020.
During this Technology Deep Dive on the DNS you will learn just how wrong you are. This session covered the lesser understood aspects of DNS, and where the sharp edges are.
This session is especially valuable for those who think that they understand how the DNS works, as well as those who want to build something on top of the DNS.
João Damas is a Senior Scientist at APNIC and a long-time IETF participant.
Wes Hardaker is a Senior Computer Scientist at USC/ISI. He is principally responsible for the operation and management of the Internet’s b.root-servers.net DNS critical infrastructure. Mr. Hardaker is also developing research programs to enhance the DNS and other Internet protocols within the IETF, where he has been actively participating for over 20 years.
Geoff Huston has been an IETF participant for many years and is Chief Scientist at APNIC.
Warren Kumari currently works for Google in the Internet Evangelism group, and has been with the company since 2005. He has over 20 years of experience in the Internet industry, ranging from tiny start-up ISPs to large enterprises. Prior to serving as IETF Operations and Management Area director Warren chaired the OpSec, OpsAWG, DPRIVE, DANE and CAPPORT working groups.