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Date

September 12, 2019 10:30 - noon

Topic

Networking 101 for UW application development teams

Description

Please join us for an introduction to the basic networking concepts and the UW network by UW Network Architects Ian Cote and Lynn Booth.

This session is a foundation to an upcoming session on recent cloud deployments by UW teams and how they handled network connectivity.

Paul Lockaby will also announce the new UW Github service.

Materials

  1. Zoom recorded session video (including transcript)
  2. UW Github Service (presentation slide deck)
  3. Networking 101 at the UW (presentation slide deck)

Location

UW Tower, T22 Boardroom

Agenda

Time
Item
Format
Who
10:30 amIntro, agendaAnnouncement
  • Rupert Berk
10:35 am

UW GitHub service

  • What is it, what do you get, what are the constraints, how do you sign up
  • More details 
Announcement
  • Paul Lockaby
10:50 am
  • Basic networking concepts
    • IP addresses
    • Subnets
    • NAT
    • VRFs, VPCs
    • Public and private IPs
    • IPv4 vs IPv6
  • UW network topology
  • How does the UW network perform
  • How does the UW network connect to public clouds?
  • Why or when would we need a VPN?
    • "direct connect" vs. site-to-site vs. remote access 
Presentation, white-boarding
  • Ian Cote

  • Lynn Booth

11:35 am

Discussion

Discussion, white-boarding
  • All
11:55 amWrap-up
  • Rupert Berk

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