2020-02-29, 15:30–17:25 (Europe/Prague), Track II
With the advent of Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Linux becoming the de facto basis for new developments and standards in networking, having a somewhat current overview of what is possible and how it approximately works is almost overwhelming.
This talk will present current Linux networking components that are in a usable state and that might have escaped your attention. It will delve briefly into observability tools with focus on working at usable speed for today's networks.
Basic understanding of networking (VLAN, routing) is assumed. The talk will progress to advanced topics quickly.
Adam is a systems engineer with focus on networking. After he has finished his Bachelor of Engineering in 2017 he continues to study and work in Dresden since then. He has a special place in heart for his birth city Prague.