Milos Gajdos presents "Information-centric networking: seeing the forest for the trees" based on the paper with the same title by Ali Ghodsi & others (https://people.eecs.berkeley.edu/~alig/papers/information-centric-networking-seeing-the-forest-for-the-trees.pdf).
There have been many recent papers on data-oriented or content-centric network architectures. Despite the voluminous literature, surprisingly little clarity is emerging as most papers focus on what differentiates them from other proposals. We begin this paper by identifying the existing commonalities and important differences in these designs, and then discuss some remaining research issues. After our review, we emerge skeptical (but open-minded) about the value of this approach to networking.
Milos is a software developer and operator living in London. He works as a freelancer, mostly hacks on Go and yells at broken Clouds. He enjoys machine learning, AI, Robots and speculating about future technologies. He started Kubernetes London Meetup 5 years ago. You can find him ranting on Twitter (@milosgajdos) and hacking on GitHub (milosgajdos83).
Microsoft Reactor London
70 Wilson Street
The nearest tube station is Moorgate, Old Street, Liverpool St. With the schedule:
• 6.30pm: sandwiches and drinks
• 7:00pm: presentation starts
• 8:00pm: presentation end
Meetup are captured on video and uploaded on the PWL London Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEYe-1uDIkjPtuH_qhoybnA