Google Internet Summit 2009: Standards Session

3 04 2011

Google Internet Summit 2009: The State of the Internet May 5, 2009 Google Internet Summit 2009 Internet Standards Session. Panelists include Zaheda Bhorat,Tony Rutkowski, John Klensin, Tina Dam, Erik Kline. On May 5 and 6, 2009, in Mountain View, we brought together Googlers and leaders from academia and the corporate world for a 2-day summit to discuss the state of the global Internet. The goal of the summit was to collect a wide range of knowledge to inform Google’s future plans–from product development and market reach to users’ expectations and our ability to keep the Internet open yet secure. More than 30 speakers and moderators led discussions around 8 topics: Networks; Wireless and Sensor Technologies; Security; Standards; Applications; Democracy, Law, Policy and Regulation; Search and Cloud Computing; and The Future. Eric Schmidt, who offered some remarks, expressed optimism that the challenges we face with governments’ walling off access to the Internet can be overcome technologically by building networks that are transparent, scalable, and open.
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Google Tech Talk February 10, 2010 ABSTRACT Presented by Dino Farinacci. We will describe the initial problem statement LISP was created for. Since fall of 2006, when the IAB held a routing workshop in Amsterdam, we have found many more use cases for the level of indirection LISP brings. LISP is taking the overloaded semantics of the IP address, where a network device’s identity address and location address are separated so one can keep one of the addresses fixed and while changing the other. This first part of a 3-part series will explain the problem statements, provide an architecture deep-dive of the idea, and illustrate how the LISP protocols are used. This session is necessary prerequisite for LISP Part 2 and LISP Part 3. Dino Farinacci: Dino originally joined Cisco in spring of 1991 and was one of the first two Cisco Fellows. He has built routers for 27 years. Dino currently works in the Data Center Business Unit at cisco where his focus is on building a next-generation platform and operating system for Enterprise and Data Center environments. This platform is the Nexus 7000 running NX-OS which shipped in April of 2008. His expertise specializes in routing protocols where he has intimate knowledge and implementation experience with IS-IS, EIGRP, OSPF, BGP, IGMP, PIM, and MSDP, as well as IPv6 and MPLS protocols. He is an advocate for modular operating systems. Dino also has been a member of the IETF for 19 years making many contributions over this period of time


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3 04 2011
maseofspades007

scientists have done studies on politicians brains and have found an intresting factor. the left side has nothing right, and the right side has nothing left. BAM! no shit stains in your undies!

3 04 2011
themaster795130

I hate google… YOU HEAR THAT GOOGLE? GOD DAMN YOU!

3 04 2011
slave4wp

Is this Borat fromthe movie?

3 04 2011
CYLONEJACK

I just entered this ~removing rotting floor base boards, and I got this video…
Thanks google?

3 04 2011
954cityofdahood

geek

3 04 2011
954cityofdahood

i didnt even last 2 min when i saw how long it was

3 04 2011
randomdude5542

so you then?

3 04 2011
moleeyes1

Yo guys are pricks. This is well interesting i think your the ones who need lifes.

3 04 2011
gmoneybags01

I personally think “Standard’s” are really trying to send out a message on how the internet is going to work in the near future. Meaning that the almighty google is going to be way more wavier then this decade’s version of goggle.
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3 04 2011
ProjectKaizenFan

just lookin at the name of it makes me wanna sleep…

3 04 2011
Apibadou

the people who saw the whole video are brainless

3 04 2011
954cityofdahood

who ever watch this whole thing HAS NO LIFE

3 04 2011
amirtoma

I think they are speaking with a language of another planet!

3 04 2011
amirtoma

what is the kind of this shit?monky`s ,human being`s or animal`s .?

3 04 2011
Paulster5

Its like city council meeting.

Who the fuck would watch this!

3 04 2011
Luuuuuuuuuuuuuuke

lmao I know eh

3 04 2011
hockeyfanatic58

who the fuck is gonna watch this shit

3 04 2011
CMDProductionsTM

lol

3 04 2011
Ic1cle

They own YouTube, so I guess they can do whatever they want 🙂

3 04 2011
maverictopgun

HOW DID U UPLOAD A HOUR LONG VIdeo?

3 04 2011
MIDNIGHTCLUB2FAN

This is scary if u read this far u will die in 10 days if u dont send to any 15 videos in 2 hours good luck hope u dont die!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1(OMG SORRY I AM SO FREAKED AT THESE THINGS!!AHH)

3 04 2011
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3 04 2011
WiltonHathaway

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3 04 2011
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3 04 2011
summit54guida

This is scary if u read this this far u will die in 10 days if u dont send to any 15 videos in 2 hours good luck hope u dont die !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
(OMG SORRY I AM SO FREAKED AT THESE THINGS!!AHH)

3 04 2011
MrBenlus

@prim3minister 😄

3 04 2011
prim3minister

@MrBenlus
google owns youtube
they might spam us with years-long-videos! ^^

3 04 2011
Tomasine2009

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3 04 2011
kphag

Agreed; there’s no reason to re-use LISP as an acronym. If someone decided to market a Diskless Operating System, what do you think they should call it?

3 04 2011
drgnvale

Another boo on not being about the language family.

3 04 2011
MrBenlus

how to upload such looooong vids on youtube?!?!?! i mean normally there is a maximum of 15 minutes. This vid is more than one hour!

3 04 2011
GideonKlok

Namespace conflict!

3 04 2011
themargrave

@heavensrevenge this is implemented right now. This is not research, it is real.

3 04 2011
themargrave

Get a sense of humor, really. This is homage at its finest.

3 04 2011
astromkarl

get a new acronym. really.

3 04 2011
crypto3

By LISP its understood that its a Programming Language. Full stop.

3 04 2011
crypto3

By LISP its understood that its a Programming Language. Full stop.

3 04 2011
crypto3

By LISP its understood that its a Programming Language. Full stop.

3 04 2011
crypto3

ah! I thought its about LISP. But its not about it. Such namings aren’t encouraged. The name itself is ambiguous.

3 04 2011
soverton

I thought this was going to be about the language. Booooooooooo!

3 04 2011
dclnm

@BeAnAgeLabs me too…

3 04 2011
SmilingRob

How about calling it LISN (List/Id Separation Networking) Come on Cisco, you knew Apple would make an “iPhone”, it’s time to give up on “LISP” now too.

3 04 2011
placidaura

What’s with the obnoxious interrupting guy with all the off-topic questions and rambling asides? Is that him randomly screaming at 1:13:57 as well? It sounds like he got drunk before the talk.

3 04 2011
a1mint

It’s *HIGHLY* *HIGHLY* *OFFENSIVE* to call something LISP and not mean the programming language. It’s just downright FOUL ! Shame on them !

3 04 2011
heavensrevenge

If i could I’d implement this IMMEDIATELY, it helps IPv6 transition actually be incremental, IPv6 128-bit locater yet IPv4 ID’s with internal EID > already implemented IPv6. Seems like a good way to do the migration over to the future of the net.
BTW it is a bad name… I was going to watch it to see how Google uses LISP the language, but got an even better surprise with a research area presentation on network technology evolution 🙂

3 04 2011
BeAnAgeLabs

I so looked forward to three 1-hour talks on the LISP programming language 😦

4 04 2011
mooseyard

I cannot believe someone was foolish enough to come up with another technology named LISP. WTF? Did they think no one knows the programming language anymore? Or was this just a practical joke?

4 04 2011
ablepharuskita

why not the language, would be much more interesting :/

4 04 2011
dinofarinacci

Keywords: Locator/ID seperation, LISP routing, LISP networking

4 04 2011
h4m1dr3z4

aaah thought is the programming language 😦




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