2019 Internet2 Global Summit

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Co-Located Events

 

Co-Located Events
 

The following events are colocated with the 2019 Global Summit and available to anyone, including meeting attendees.

Routing Security Tutorial - $25/$35 (1PM-5PM)

Tuesday, March 5 (1:00 pm–5:00pm)

For registration information, see the 2019 Global Summit Registration page.

This is an interactive workshop on the best practices for securing routing in the R&E community. These practices were developed within the R&E community and first presented at the 2016 Technology Exchange. Based on feedback from the community, the content has been updated and this tutorial demonstrates how to apply the best practices, and when.

  • Introduction
  • Background/Community Development Process
  • Overview of subjects
  • ACL's on BGP Sessions
  • Rate Limiters for BGP
  • MD5/TCP-AO
  • Internal Spoof Blocking
  • GTSM
  • To Dampen or not to Dampen
  • Max-Prefixes
  • AS-PATH Filtering
  • Private AS Rejection
  • First AS Rejection
  • Advertising Private ASN
  • Next Hop Filters
  • Community Scrubbing
  • Inbound Customer Filters
  • Out-Bound Customer Filters
  • Inbound Peer Filters
  • Outbound peer Filters
  • Keeping things Up to Date

Introduction to Network Automation Workshop - $25/$35 (9AM-12PM)

Tuesday, March 5 (9:00 am–12:00pm)

For registration information, see the 2019 Global Summit Registration page.

This workshop will provide a basic introduction to network automation and contains most of the same content from the Network Automation Workshop morning session held at TechEx 18. Attendees from the TechEx workshop may be interested in the Network Automation afternoon session where we’ll cover lessons learned and example workflows from the community.

The Introduction to Network Automation Workshop will provide a brief introduction to network automation and highlight some common tools, such as Ansible. Familiarity with Linux CLI, YAML and Jinja2 is helpful but not required. Participants will need to bring a laptop and will be working with a virtual development environment.

Network Automation Community Discussion - (1PM-5PM)


Please note- The Network Automation Community Discussion will follow the workshop from 1PM-5PM on Tuesday, March 5. Please see the program for details.

EDUCAUSE- New IT Managers Program 

Tuesday, March 5- (9:00AM-4:30PM) - Wednesday, March 6- (9:00AM-12:15PM)

*Please note that Wednesday’s programming conflicts with the 10:30am Opening General Session

IMPORTANT NOTE:  EDUCAUSE has generously offered to extend the EDUCAUSE member rate to Internet2 member organizations not currently EDUCAUSE members.  To receive this discounted rate, please contact meetingregistration@internet2.edu for the registration code. Get complete EDUCAUSE registration information.

Set Your IT Career Off on the Right Course

The New IT Managers Program focuses on providing first-time managers and those aspiring to management roles with the basic skills critical for managing and supervising projects, units, and people. The program provides a comprehensive view of the role of manager as well as specific skills development in several key management areas including interpersonal communication, time management, project management, and performance management. The program offers an invaluable opportunity to share information and experiences with peers and experienced IT practitioners in highly interactive sessions.

All sessions have been carefully designed for those just beginning to manage in a professional setting facilitated by a faculty of experienced IT leaders.

During the New IT Managers Program, you will learn:

  • Communication Dynamics
  • Project Management
  • Performance Management
  • Time Management