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Altitude SF 2017: QUIC - A low-latency secure transport for HTTP

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Altitude SF 2017: QUIC - A low-latency secure transport for HTTP

  1. 1. QUIC
  2. 2. A QUIC history 2
  3. 3. What's a webpage? 3
  4. 4. How does HTTP/1 work? 4 …
  5. 5. How does HTTP/1 work? 5 TLS/TCP TLS/TCP Client (Browser) Web Server Can we do better?
  6. 6. Dealing with head-of-line (HoL) blocking 6 TCP TCP Client (Browser) Web Server TCP TCP TLS/TCP TLS/TCP Can we do better?
  7. 7. Better handling of HoL blocking: HTTP/2 7 TLS/TCP TLS/TCP Client (Browser) Web Server Can we do better? HTTP/2 stream
  8. 8. Unresolved Problems
  9. 9. How does HTTP over QUIC work? 9 …
  10. 10. What's HTTP over QUIC? 10 Client (Browser) Web Server QUIC QUIC QUIC stream HTTP/2 stream
  11. 11. Old Google QUIC TLS HTTP/2 TCP IP QUIC TCP-like congestion control, loss recovery UDP HTTP over QUIC QUIC Crypto 11
  12. 12. IETF QUIC working group TLS HTTP/2 TCP IP QUIC TCP-like congestion control, loss recovery UDP HTTP over QUIC 12 QUIC Crypto
  13. 13. IETF QUIC working group TLS HTTP/2 TCP IP QUIC TCP-like congestion control, loss recovery UDP HTTP over QUIC TLS 1.3 13
  14. 14. QUIC Design Aspirations 14
  15. 15. To appear at ACM SIGCOMM, August 2017

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