Next Generation Networking

Junosphere day at Loughborough

This tutorial is designed to give a hands on demonstration of how Junosphere can be used for teaching and research purposes. The tutorial is free to researchers from UK academic institutions.

To register, email ianw@sussex.ac.uk with details of who is coming, institutions, and any special dietary considerations. We'd also find it helpful if you give the primary reasons for coming eg teaching or research.

Date: Tuesday, 13th December

Location: Seminar room: N112, Haslegrave Building, Loughborough University.

10:30 Coffee
10:45 Introductions
11:00Introduction to Junosphere, Joel Obstfeld, Juniper Networks
12:00Research Experiences at Loughborough on BGP and RPKI, Olaf Mannael, Loughborough University
13:00Lunch
14:00Teaching experiences at QMUL teaching example, Vindya Wijeratne QMUL. This will be about the set of experiments done with two cohorts using Junosphere, including a brief comparison with a previous physical lab setup.
15:00 Loughborough teaching example, with hands on demonstration of configuring junipers in the cloud and connecting them over a layer-2 connection (tunnelled over the Internet) to local hardware. The example is complex and comprehensive so covers most of what would be in a normal lab environment.
16:00 Tea break followed by breakout and discussions or continued hands on experience
17:00 Close

Iain Phillips will organise a pub trip post-event for anyone with late flights/trains/staying over.

Upcoming Events

Coseners 2013

The Brendan Murphy prize for the best presentation was won by Gareth Tyson.

The tentative dates for next year's workshop are July 10-11 2014. We have now passed organisational responsibility across from Ian Wakeman to Iain Phillips at Loughborough and Hamed Haddaddi at QMUL.