The always entertaining Martin Levy from Cloudflare entertained and thrilled the participants in the Cisco-Polytechnique symposium about how he didn’t get what the big deal about. IP4-to-IPv6 transitioning was: they’d done so, with no ill effects, and urged the audience to follow on. This year, Martin was equally provocative….see below … Yup, DNS is broken… Read More »
Mark Townsley opens the afternoon session, talking IPv6 – specifically, all the opportunities it opens when you have a large address space (IPv6) or even a virtually unlimited address space (IPv6 Segment Routing) end-to-end: Media Production and distribution, distributed storage, etc.
Glenn Deen from NBCU gave a fantastic lecture on “Glass to glass IPv6” just before the lunch break – from idea if transforming a media production chain to IPv6, through prototyping, and to standardization push, from a content provider, Fascinating stuff.
Containerized orchestrable architecture, Peter Bosch, André Surcouf, Cisco France.
Sören Kjellin, CTO, ChyronHego, wrapping up on IP Transformation in Media Production.
Next up, Charles Lesoil, head of video engineering at Canal+, gives a fascinating talk “Canal Factory: IP Network powered Media Production Center”.
The first talk of today is “Recent lessons from Broadcast IP deployments: A Grass Valley perspective” by Mark Hilton, Infrastructure Products VP, Grass Valley.
Mark Townsley (Cisco and Ecole Polytechnique) and Guillaume Sauvage de Saint Marc (Cisco) kicking off Day 2 of the symposium, with Guiaume giving a light talk about shapeshifting….err, #shifthappens