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Internet Monitoring at Scale

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The Internet has never been a more critical piece of infrastructure. It has also never been more complicated. Keeping this infrastructure up and running requires tracking the state of an inherently dynamic network over time. At ThousandEyes, we continuously sample the Internet from servers across the globe. This talk explores our data on some recent major Internet outages, how we detected them, and what technologies and infrastructure we use to process and present this data in near real time.

Bio: Michael Meisel leads the engineering team at ThousandEyes and is responsible for the development of the ThousandEyes platform. He’s obsessed with usability, network protocols, and large systems of all kinds. Michael received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from UCLA , where he worked in the Internet Research Lab and designed a protocol framework for multi-hop wireless networks. Previously, Michael was the Senior Software Engineer at non-profit Inveneo, where he developed an embedded Linux distribution usable by novices and built solar-powered, rural computer labs and wireless networks in east Africa.

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

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