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2.3 Technology and Engineering Perspectives


2.3A  Technology Perspective
            Architecture
            Scalability
            Open: process, software, document,...
            Security
            Emerging technology (IoT,...)

2.3B  Engineering Perspective
            Measurement
            Routing
            IP transition
            NAT
            Security


Class Description (by Geoff Huston on 2015-11-24)
   
    Technology and Engineering Perspectives

    This class will cover the architecture of the Internet, highlighting the aspects of end-to-end packet switched networking, decentralised routing and end-to-end        transport protocols. This will also encompass the issues around the tensions between network-centric and edge-centric services, and identifiers. Finally, it will     look at the issues about IPv4, IPv6 and NATs and the tensions this exposes

Class Description (ISOC Online - Internet Invariants)
    Global reach, integrity
    General purpose
    Supports innovation without requiring permission
    Accessible
    Interoperability, and mutual agreement
    Collaboration
    Technoloyg (reusable building blocks)
    No permanent favorites

Lecture Pool: Kilnam Chon
Additional Candidate Lecturers: Jun Murai, Dy Kim, Geoff Houston, Li Xing,...

References
    Kilnam Chon,  Technology and Engineering Perspective, 2016.8.19. [ppt]
   Internet Society, Internet Invariant, in Shaping the Internet, 2015.
   Internet Society, Internet Infrastructure, Standards, Protocols and Systems, in Shaping the Internet, 2015.
   Sekhar Kondepadi, IoT Standards Wars, Forum on IoT, ITU, 2015.
   Jovan Kuribalija, Infrastructure and Standard Basket, in Introduction to IG, 2015.