The ubiquity of Internet access, and the wide variety of Internet-enabled devices and applications, have made the Internet a principal pillar of the Information Society. Hoever, its distributed nature leads to operational brittleness and difficulty in identifying and tracking the root causes of performance and availability issues.  The EU-project mPlane aims at tackling those challenges.

This workshop, with invited speakers among industrial partners, aims to bring together practical use cases relevant to operators and providers and discuss topics about proactive and reactive troubleshooting for network communications at a scale. Particular attention would be dedicated to discussing the definition of a measurement plane for the Internet from a regulator perspective, to shed light on the Internet quality and guarantee net neutrality.

The workshop will take place on April 22, 2015.

Featured speakers

  • Maurizio Molina, CTO, Talaia Solutions: Maurizio brings Technical and Architectural experience in IP networks, having covered both research, design and operational roles in Networking. He has participated to the standardisation process in IETF, ITU-T and 3GPP, and has a specific experience in bringing to the market innovative network monitoring solutions. Maurizio will share with us his views about the challenges that are facing the industry in the areas of network monitoring and measurements. A key note title and more details will follow up soon.


  • Julio César Arpirez, Co-founder and CTO at Zhilabs, will talk about "Automatic Root Cause Analysis in Convergent networks"



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