Published by Ege Cem Kırcı on February 2, 2023
In this episode of PING, Ege Cem Kirci from the Networked Systems Group at ETH Zurich discusses his IMC paper on user perceptions of Internet outages, measured with Google Trends. This was presented at the IMC Conference 2022 in Nice, France in October 2022.
Published by Laurent Vanbever on December 5, 2022
ChatGPT by OpenAI recently took the Internet (and your timelines) by storm. One of the coolest and most creative use of ChatGPT I encountered thus far was to show that it can behave as a Linux-based Virtual Machine.
Published by Albert Gran Alcoz on October 26, 2022
Pulse-wave Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attacks have recently managed to take down critical network infrastructure causing enormous financial and reputational damage.
Published by Laurent Vanbever on April 13, 2021
Teaching online for >1 year… Who would have thought? In this short, low-key presentation, I reflect on how we evolved our lectures over the last 3 semesters to improve students’ experience. Teaching online for >1 year... Who would have thought?
Published by Rüdiger Birkner on March 8, 2021
For several years now, the community has been dreaming of Intent-Based Networking (IBN): the idea of telling the network what to do instead of how to do it.
Published by Samuel Steffen on October 15, 2020
Arguably, the most effective method to prevent downtime due to network misconfigurations is detecting them before configurations are deployed.
Published by Thomas Holterbach on April 14, 2020
The Internet is a large network of networks that is managed by thousands of people around the globe.