Our Multipath Classification Algorithm (an extension of Paris traceroute’s Multipath Detection Algorithm to more accurately identify the behavior or routers that perform load balancing in traceroute measurements) will appear at INFOCOM. DISCO, our alternate certification stack to complement RPKI and speed up adoption of route validation will appear at NDSS. Update: camera-ready PDFs for MCA and DISCO now available.
PEERING will appear at this year’s CoNEXT [PDF]. We also have a paper at HotNets giving BGP some love [PDF].
Our project on automating configuration of transport protocols has received a Facebook Networking Systems Faculty Research Award!
Our work on traffic performance and opportunities for improving performance employing rich connectivity will appear at IMC 2019. Update: PDF.
The PEERING platform now supports running user applications on its routers, inside user-controlled containers. This functionality has been co-developed with UFMS researchers in the Columbia-UFMG-UFMS collaboration project in the NSF/CTIT Cybersecurity call.
Our joint project (with Ronaldo Ferreira and Ethan Katz-Bassett) has been funded on the NSF/RNP Cybersecurity call. The project focuses on improving Internet routing security, but will also extend the PEERING Testbed and integrate it with other security-focused testbeds.
We have been awarded a Facebook Faculty Research Award to continue our research on routing egress traffic from content providers’ edge networks. We are grateful for this support!
Edge Fabric, a system to route egress traffic from content providers to clients, will appear in this year’s SIGCOMM. We used PEERING to evaluate Edge Fabric’s effectiveness and responsiveness in realistic scenarios. Edit: final version now available.
I woke up today after the Brazilian Networking Symposium double-postponed deadline, get to work, queue up some epic soundtrack, decide to bid for papers in said conference’s TPC, then this:
Maybe we get HotCRP next year? Happy 2017!
Rafael’s work on the characterization of IPv6 traffic will appear in 2017’s Passive and Active Measurement Conference. Highlights include a higher-than-expected amount of per-packet load balancing and the identification of “per-application” load balancing. Edit: Datasets are now public and camera-ready PDF is out.