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Peer 2.0 2014: (Palo Alto, CA)


Peer 2.0: August 4 – 5, 2014 (Palo Alto, CA)

Peer2.0The Peer2.0 Conference is a grassroots Internet engineering industry event, hosted by the Peer2.0 Foundation, organically developed to bring education to the next generation of network engineers, Internet architects and business leaders. This two-day event will also provide insights into the evolution of the role of network engineering, peering coordination, and emerging supportive automated systems.

The first day’s focus is an “Interconnection/Peering 101” highlighting the traditional interconnection paradigms, processes, motivations and business cases for connecting to the core of the Internet. The second day is designed to address the more advanced and evolving aspects of interconnection, with discussions and panels led by experienced industry professionals.

The overall goal of Peer 2.0 is to provide an educational experience open to all of those across the community who want to learn and help grow the community of direct connections at the core of the Internet.

Peer2.0 is an ideal event for Network Engineers, Network Architects, or Managers. Attending organizations range from Enterprises to Content Providers, Service Providers, network operators, CDNs, and Internet Exchange operators.

Peer 2.0 Official Event Page
@peer2event hashtag #Peer2

Peer2.0 2014 – Wikibon Event Page
Peer2.0 2014 – YouTube Playlist

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Guests Include*

Jay Adelson
General Partner. Center Electric
Founder, Equinix

Equinix’s Jay Adelson: The Purpose of Internet Engineers Attending the Conference
Jay Adelson, General Partner and Center Electric Found of Equinix, talks about the process that companies went through 15 years ago compared to how robust the Internet is now live inside theCUBE with SiliconANGLE’s John Furrier and Jeff Frick from the floor of Peer 2.0 (2014) in Palo Alto, CA
 

Al Burgio
CEO, IIX

IIX’s Al Burgio: Journey of Starting and Launching a Company
Al Burgio, Founder and CEO of IIX, details how IIX started, how they have grown and the journey of selling their idea live inside theCUBE with SiliconANGLE’s John Furrier and Jeff Frick from the floor of Peer 2.0 (2014) in Palo Alto, CA.
 

Andy Davidson
CTO, Allegro Networks

Allegro Networks’ Andy Davidson: Automation that Isn’t Painful?
Andy Davidson, CTO of Allegro Networks, talks about what a service provider has to go through in order to go through automation live inside theCUBE with SiliconANGLE’s Jeff Frick from the floor of Peer 2.0 (2014) in Palo Alto, CA.
 

Owen DeLong
IPv6 Evangelist and Director of Professional Services
Hurricane Electric

Hurricane Electric’s Owen DeLong: Why the Internet has Been Running on Life Support for 15 Years
Owen DeLong, IPv6 Evangelist and Director of Professional Services of Hurricane Electric, talks about the current discussions of peering and IP addresses live inside theCUBE with SiliconANGLE’s John Furrier and Jeff Frick from the floor of Peer 2.0 (2014) in Palo Alto, CA.
 

Derek Garnier
CEO, Layer42 Networks

Layer42 Networks’ Derek Garnier, and OPEN IX’s Vinay Nagpal: Betting Peering Across America and Where the Cloud Lives
Vinay Nagpal, Director of Carrier Relations / DuPont Fabros Tech Memer / Data Center Standards Committee / Open IX, Chief Streatgy Officer of IIX, and Derek Garnier, CEO of Layer42 Networks, discuss the importance of peering and how old and new experts are coming together live inside theCUBE with SiliconANGLE’s John Furrier from the floor of Peer 2.0 (2014) in Palo Alto, CA.
 

Richard Jimmerson
Chief Information Officer, ARIN

ARIN’s Richard Jimmerson: Quick! Start Moving to IPv6!
Richard Jimmerson, Chief Information Officer of ARIN, discusses the IPv4 IP space remaining in the United States and why to start thinking about IPP6 live inside theCUBE with SiliconANGLE’s John Furrier and Jeff Frick from the floor of Peer 2.0 (2014) in Palo Alto, CA.
 

Zaid Ali Kahn
Director Network Engineering, LinkedIn

LinkedIn’s Zaid Ali Kahn: Unrolling New Features and Constantly Gaining New Members
Zaid Ali Kahn, Director of Network Engineering of LinkedIn, details the challenges that LinkedIn faces, including making sure the website is up as they continue to grow live inside theCUBE with SiliconANGLE’s John Furrier and Jeff Frick from the floor of Peer 2.0 (2014) in Palo Alto, CA.
 

Keith Mitchell
President, DNS-OARC

DNS-OARC’s Keith Mitchell: Distributing Education About Finding the Infrastructure that Works
Keith Mitchell, President of DNS-OARC, offers insight into the harmony within the software developers and network operators and what it means to distribute education about infrastructure live inside theCUBE with SiliconANGLE’s John Furrier and Jeff Frick from the floor of Peer 2.0 (2014) in Palo Alto, CA.
 

Vinay Nagpal
Director Carrier Relations, DuPont Fabros Technology
Member, Data Center Standards Committee, Open IX Association

OPEN IX’s Vinay Nagpal and Layer42 Networks’ Derek Garnier: Betting Peering Across America and Where the Cloud Lives
Vinay Nagpal, Director of Carrier Relations / DuPont Fabros Tech Memer / Data Center Standards Committee / Open IX, Chief Streatgy Officer of IIX, and Derek Garnier, CEO of Layer42 Networks, discuss the importance of peering and how old and new experts are coming together live inside theCUBE with SiliconANGLE’s John Furrier from the floor of Peer 2.0 (2014) in Palo Alto, CA.
 

Bill Norton
Chief Strategy Officer, IIX

IIX’s William B. Norton: New Book – The Internet Peering Playbook
William B. Norton, Chief Streatgy Officer of IIX, shares details of his new book The Internet Peering Playbook and how he developed whitepapers from interviews at conferences around the world live inside theCUBE with SiliconANGLE’s Jeff Frick from the floor of Peer 2.0 (2014) in Palo Alto, CA.
 

David Siegel
Sr. Director Internet Services Product Management, Level 3 Communications

Level 3 Communications’ David Siegel: Issues of Net Neutrality
David Siegel, Senior Director of Internet Services Product Management of Level 3 Communications, shares what Peer 2.0 is and how it’s a great forum to understand where networking engineering started and what is available live inside theCUBE with SiliconANGLE’s John Furrier and Jeff Frick from the floor of Peer 2.0 (2014) in Palo Alto, CA.
 

Paul Unbehagen
Chief Architect, Avaya Networking, Co-author of IEEE 802.1aq/Shortest Path Bridging

Avaya Networking’s Paul Unbehagen: Huge Changes in Networking and What Shortest Path Bridging Is
Paul Unbehagen, Chief Architect of Avaya Networking and Co-author of IEEE 802.1aq/Shortest Path Bridging, discusses the many changes occuring, including enterprises now working like service providers live inside theCUBE with SiliconANGLE’s John Furrier and Jeff Frick from the floor of Peer 2.0 (2014) in Palo Alto, CA.
 
 

*Subject to change without notice.

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