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Exploring the Web Frontier

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In this talk I will discuss a large-scale measurement study of web infrastructure, as seen from the perspective of African networks. The talk will focus on Google’s CDN deployment in Africa, but will also touch upon a number of other considerations, e.g. the impact of DNS resolver location and inter-domain connectivity. The content of this talk forms the basis of an ACM WWW ’16 paper.

Bio: Gareth Tyson is a Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London. Before this he was a researcher at King’s College London and Lancaster University. His research interests centre on networked systems, particularly in the context of content distribution. He has published in various well known outlets, e.g. ToN, CACM , IMC, HotNets, ICNP etc. In his spare time he enjoys giving talks and then drinking in the pub afterwards.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Systems Research Group Seminar series.

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