01 internet peering-workshop-agenda

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01 internet peering-workshop-agenda

  1. 1. In  two  days  you  will  have  a  solid   understanding    of  Internet   Interconnec5on  TheInternet PeeringWorkshop ©2012  DrPeering  Interna5onal   Licensed  material  –  sales@DrPeering.net   hBp://DrPeering.net  
  2. 2. Meet  the  Facilitator  •  William  B.  Norton  •  1998-­‐2008  (Former)  Co-­‐Founder  &  Chief   Technical  Liaison,  Equinix  Inc.  (NSDQ:  EQIX)  •  Former  North  American  Network  Operator  Group   (NANOG)  Chair  (1994-­‐1998)  •  Peering  Exper5se  –  12  years   –  “The  Pied  Pipe  of  Peering”   –  “The  Digital  Pimp”  •  2008-Present - DrPeering, Executive Director
  3. 3. The Internet Peering PlaybookThe Practice of Internet Peeringhttp://TheCoreOfTheInter.netwbn@DrPeering.net 3  
  4. 4. About  the  Internet  Peering  Workshop  •  Based  on  a  decade  of  field  research  •  Intense  two  days  –  lots  of  info  •  Learn  and  Apply  method   –  Every  module  has  “challenges”   –  Client  Applica5on  •  Evolved  over  the  years  •  “I  know  I’ve  said  it  a  few  5mes  already,  but  your  workshop  is   s5ll  being  referred  to  as  the  benchmark  of  most  useful   ‘technical’  workshop  ever.”  –  Jaco  Muller,  MWEB  •  Workshop  :  75%  me  25%  team     4  
  5. 5. Goals  of  Workshop  1  Build  Internal  Peering  Exper5se  2  Create  a  Peering  Strategy   Ini5al  Peering  Tac5cal  Plan  3  Document  the  Peering  Strategy  
  6. 6. My  Promise  to  you  In  2  days  you  will  all  1.  have  a  working  knowledge  of  how  the   Internet  core  is  wired  2.  understand  the  two  forms  of  Internet   interconnec5on:  peering  and  transit  3.  have  applied  the  lexicon,  understand  the   mo5va5ons  and  inclina5ons  to  peer  or  not  to   peer   6  
  7. 7. Meet  the  Par5cipants  •  Name  •  Role  in  the  Organiza5on  (Technical/Business)  •  Your  Interest  in  Peering   7  

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