Videos tagged with Networking


Introduction to OpenVZ

Introduction to OpenVZ

Posted in Networking, Operating Systems, Cloud Computing

Pretty detalized video composition of OpenVZ presentation and online demonstration of the OpenVZ setup and features including "migrations". I had a little trouble with command syntax in a few areas, but please remember I didn't edit this video... and it is basically live. One unexpected failure was the "live migration". At the present time, I'm not sure why it didn't work......

Tags: Networking, OS, Linux, openvz, Virtualization



LH*RSP2P : A Scalable Distributed Data Structure for P2P Environment

LH*RSP2P : A Scalable Distributed Data Structure for P2P Environment

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Networking

Google Tech Talks June 19, 2007 ABSTRACT LH*RSP2P is a Scalable Distributed Data Structure (SDDS) designed for P2P applications. It manipulate data on SDDS peer nodes, i.e., where each node is both an SDDS client and, actually or potentially, an SDDS server. The latter stores application or parity data, or both. The scheme reuses the addressing and parity management principles of LH*RS. The mai...

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The Implications of OpenID

The Implications of OpenID

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Networking, Security, Development

Google Tech Talks June 25, 2007 ABSTRACT Simon Willison OpenID is an emerging standard that provides simple, decentralised authentication for the Web. OpenID follows the Unix philosophy, solving one small problem rather than attempting to tackle the many larger challenges posed by online identity. This talk will explore the implications of OpenID, and explore the best practices required to take...

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Drive-By Pharming and Other WebApp Bummers

Drive-By Pharming and Other WebApp Bummers

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Networking

Google Tech Talks June 28, 2007 ABSTRACT Inexpensive broadband routers are a popular way for people to create an internal, and sometimes wireless, network in their homes. By purchasing such a router and plugging it in, they can have a network set up in seconds. Unfortunately, by visiting a malicious web page, a person can inadvertently open up his router for attack; settings on the router can b...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Networking, TCP/IP, DNS, Conferences, Lectures, Broadcasting, Companies


Seattle Conference on Scalability: SCTPs Reliability and Fault Tolerance

Seattle Conference on Scalability: SCTPs Reliability and Fault Tolerance

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Networking

Google Tech Talks June 23, 2007 ABSTRACT Low cost clusters are usually built from commodity parts and use standard transport protocols like TCP/IP. Once systems become  large enough, reliability and fault tolerance become an important issue and TCP/IP often requires additional mechanisms to ensure reliability of the application. The Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP) is a newly st...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Networking, TCP/IP, Conferences, Lectures, Broadcasting, Companies



A network for capacity building in Software Engineering Free Software In Africa

A network for capacity building in Software Engineering Free Software In Africa

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Networking

Google Tech Talks May 1, 2007 ABSTRACT Prof Derek Keats, Executive Director, Information & Communication Services, The University of the Western Cape, Bellville (Cape Town), South Africa. The African Virtual Open Initiatives and Resources (AVOIR) project is a collaborative effort among several African higher education institutions to support capacity building in Free and Open Source softwar...

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BGP at 18: Lessons In Protocol Design

BGP at 18: Lessons In Protocol Design

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Networking

Google Tech Talks April 17, 2007 ABSTRACT 18th anniversary of BGP. In this talk we examine the evolution of BGP over these 18 years, and look at the lessons we could learn from this. Dr. Yakov Rekhter joined Juniper Networks in Dec 2000, where he is a Distinguished Engineer. Prior to joining Juniper, Yakov worked at Cisco Systems, where he was a Cisco Fellow. Prior to joining Cisco in 1995, he ...

Tags: Techtalks, Google, Networking, TCP/IP, Conferences, Technologies, Lectures, BGP, Broadcasting, Companies


LinuxConf.Au: Gluing a desktop and a kernel together

LinuxConf.Au: Gluing a desktop and a kernel together

Posted in Networking, Conferences, Operating Systems

This talk will describe how modern free software desktops using the Linux kernel handles device configuration. We describe how events created by the kernel will take its path from the kernel, through udev, D-BUS and HAL into every single application that needs to adapt to a changing environment. It will be explained how current applications, libraries and services are plugged into the device ev...

Tags: Networking, Conferences, OS, Linux, Lectures, LinuxConf.AU


Privacy Preserving DataMining

Privacy Preserving DataMining

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Networking, Databases, Science, Development

Google TechTalks July 28, 2006 Matthew Roughan joined the School of Applied Mathematics at the University of Adelaide in February 2004, where he is interested in the area of design, and installation of Internet measurement equipment, and the analysis and modeling of Internet measurement data. ABSTRACT The rapid growth of the Internet over the last decade has been startling. However, efforts to ...

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LinuxConf.Au: clustering tdb - a little database meets big iron

LinuxConf.Au: clustering tdb - a little database meets big iron

Posted in Networking, Conferences, Operating Systems

The little tdb database has been at the heart of Samba for many years. More recently it has become a focus in the efforts to create a clustered Samba solution. Attempts to cluster Samba in the past have been patchy at best, oftentimes resulting in a solution which relies on "relaxed" data coherence rules, which is a polite way of saying that they can lose user data. In the last few months we ha...

Tags: Networking, Conferences, OS, Linux, Lectures, Netbios, LinuxConf.AU, Clustering