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Lecture Series Podcast Library
NameDescription
Short Biography of John Day Video Podcast Short introduction biography of John Day.
Shortening the Dark Ages of Networking Video Podcast Presented at the SFI Summit, Athlone, Ireland, Nov 2011
A journey from Science to Craft ... and Back? Video Podcast Presented at the Future Internet Assembly, Budapest, Hungary, May 2011.
How to Clean a Slate Video Podcast Presented at I2CAT, Barcelona, Spain, May 2011.

Also view the other "How to Clean a Slate" lecture as there are differences in the two lectures with alternate content in both.
How to Clean a Slate Video Podcast Presented at TSSG - WIT, Waterford, Ireland, May 2011.

Also view the other "How to Clean a Slate" lecture as there are differences in the two lectures with alternate content in both.
Interview, WIT Video Podcast Short Interview at WIT, Waterford, Ireland, May 2011
IM2011 - Stalking the Wiley Homunculus and other Adventures in Network Management Video Podcast Keynote Presentation at IFIP/IEEE International Symposium on Integrated Network Management, Dublin, Ireland, May 2011
We Got Trouble! Right Here in River City, With a capital T and that Rhymes with P, and That Stands for IP! Video Podcast Presented at the IFSC, Dublin, Ireland, May 2011
From the Archive:Things they never taught you about Naming and Addressing Video Podcast Presented at the AsiaFI Workshop, Soeul, Korea, Feb 2010
Press Releases - European Tour PDF format Press Clippings during the European Lectures.


Documents & Publications Podcast

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NameDescription
How in the Heck do you lose a layer!? PDF format Updated Lost Layer slide set presented at RINA Workshop, Dublin, Ireland, Jan. 2014
Author: John Day
Welcome to the RINAissance! - An Introduction to the RINA Architecture Part I PDF format Slide set presented at RINA Workshop, Dublin, Ireland, Jan. 2014
Author: John Day
Welcome to the RINAissance! - An Introduction to the RINA Architecture Part II PDF format Slide set presented at RINA Workshop, Dublin, Ireland, Jan. 2014
Author: John Day
We Got Trouble! PDF format Slide set presented at RINA Workshop, Dublin, Ireland, Jan. 2014
Author: John Day
DAFs and Management in RINA PDF format Slide set presented at RINA Workshop, Dublin, Ireland, Jan. 2014
Author: John Day
Introduction to current RINA R&D activities PDF format Slide set presented by Eduard Grasa at RINA Workshop, Dublin, Ireland, Jan. 2014
Author: John Day, Lou Chitkushev (Boston University) Steve Bunch, Peter de Wolf (TRIA Network Systems) Miguel Ponce de Leon (WIT-TSSG), Eduard Grasa (Fundació i2CAT)
IRATI - Project overview, use cases, specifications, software development and experimental activities PDF format Slide set presented by Eduard Grasa at RINA Workshop, Dublin, Ireland, Jan. 2014
Author: IRATI Project
Overview of IRINA project - Investigating RINA as the next generation GEANT and NREN network Architecture PDF format Slide set presented by Dimitri Staessens at RINA Workshop, Dublin, Ireland, Jan. 2014
Author: Dimitri Staessens, Eduard Grasa, Miguel Ponce De Leon, Francesco Salvestrini, Didier Colle
Overview of PRISTINE project - Programmability In RINA for European supremacy of virtualised networks PDF formatSlide set presented by Miguel Ponce de Leon at RINA Workshop, Dublin, Ireland, Jan. 2014
Author: Miguel Ponce De Leon
Assessing the Security of a Clean-Slate Internet Architecture Layer PDF formatSeventh Workshop on Secure Network Protocols (NPSec) October 30th, 2012
Author: G. Boddapati, I. Matta. J. Day, L. Chitkushev
Layer Discovery in RINA Networks PDF formatSlide set presented at the International Workshop on Computer-Aided Modeling Analysis and Design of Communication Links and Networks (CAMAD) September 19th, 2012
Author: E. Trouva, E. Grasa, J. Day. S. Bunch
Layer Discovery in RINA Networks PDF formatPaper presented at the International Workshop on Computer-Aided Modeling Analysis and Design of Communication Links and Networks (CAMAD) September 19th, 2012
Author: E. Trouva, E. Grasa, J. Day. S. Bunch
RINA: Update on Research and Prototyping Activities PDF formatGlobal Future Internet Summit, September 14th, 2012
Author: Eduard Grasa
Developing a RINA prototype over IP using the TINOS framework PDF format7th International Conference on Future Internet Technologies, September 12th, 2012
Author: Eduard Grasa
Experiences with Implementing RINA - Recursive Inter Network Architecture PDF format PhD Course on Future Network Architectures and Experimentation presented at University of Kaiserslautern, March 7th, 2012
Author: Miguel Ponce de Leon, John Day, Eduard Grasa
Patterns In Network Security: An Analysis Of Architectural Complexity In Securing Recursive Inter-Network Architecture Networks PDF formatSubmitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science, Boston University Metropolitan College, 2012
Author: Jeremiah Small
RINA Java Prototype demo and development plans PDF format PhD Course on Future Network Architectures and Experimentation presented at University of Kaiserslautern, March 7th, 2012
Author: Miguel Ponce de Leon, John Day, Eduard Grasa
How in the Heck do you lose a layer!? PDF format Slide set presented at Future Network Architectures Workshop University of Kaiserslautern, Germany.
Author: John Day
Threat Analysis of Recursive Inter-Network Architecture Distributed Inter-process Communication Facilities PDF format Unpublished, 2011
Author: Jeremiah Small
How in the Heck do you lose a layer!? PDF format Paper presented at Network of the Future (NOF) 2011. Final published version available at IEEE Explore (http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/freeabs_all.jsp?arnumber=6126673).
Author: John Day
Bounding the router table size in an ISP network using RINA PDF format Paper presented at Network of the Future (NOF) 2011. Final published version available at IEEE Explore (http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/freeabs_all.jsp?arnumber=6126683).
Author: Eleni Trouva et al.
The Last Waltz and Moving Beyond TCP/IP PDF formatThe article first appeared in The Journal of the Institute of Telecommunications Professionals (http://www.theitp.org), Volume 5 Part 3, 2011 and is available on the Pouzin Society web site with the permission of the ITP.
Author: John Nolan
Transport over Heterogeneous Networks Using the RINA Architecture PDF formatPaper presented at the 9th International Conference on Wired/Wireless Internet Communications (WWIC), Vilanova, Spain, June 2011
Author: Eleni Trouva et al.
Is the Internet an Unfinished Demo? PDF formatPaper presented at the TERENA Networking Conference, Prague, Czech Republic, May 2011
Author: Eleni Trouva et al.
Poster for the Terena Conference PDF formatPoster used in conjunction with previous paper.
Author: Eleni Trouva, Eduard Grasa
2010 Futurenet Tutorial on RINA - Part 1 PDF formatSlides for the RINA Tutorial by John at FutureNet 2010 in Boston.
Author: John Day
2010 Futurenet Tutorial on RINA - Part 2 PDF formatSlides for the RINA Tutorial by John at FutureNet 2010 in Boston.
Author: John Day
2010 Futurenet Tutorial on RINA - Part 3 PDF formatSlides for the RINA Tutorial by John at FutureNet 2010 in Boston.
Author: John Day
Moving Beyond TCP/IP PDF formatA paper describing some of the history and properties of TCP/IP, and how to get beyond it using RINA technology
Author: Fred Goldstein and John Day
Networking is IPC and only IPC or How to Clean a Slate PDF formatA Tutorial on RINA given at AsiaFI Workshop, Seoul Korea Feb 2010 (audio and slides can be found at csr.bu.edu/rina)
Author: John Day
Things They Never Tought You About Naming and Addressing PDF formatKeynote address by John Day at AsiaFi Workshop, Seoul, Korea Feb 2010 (audio and slides can be found at csr.bu.edu/rina)
Author: John Day
On the Performance and Robustness of Managing Reliable Transport Connections PDF formatTechnical Report comparing performance of TCP and delta-t to deliver a single message under harsh conditions, April 2009
Authors: Gursun, Matta, Mattar
On the Cost of Supporting Multihoming and Mobility PDF formatA paper by Ibrahim Matta et al. comparing the perfromance of LISP and RINA, June 2009
Authors: Ishakian, Akinwumi, Matta
And You Thought the Wall Street Meltdown was Fun! PDF formatKeynote Address FutureNet 2009
Author: John Day
Internet: The Coming of Age PDF formatDistinguished Lecture by Louis Pouzin at BU PSOC 2009
The Pouzin Society PDF formatA note by Jean-Michel Cornu on the need for the Pouzin Society
Author: Jean-Michel Cornu
Why Loc/Id Split Isn't the Answer PDF formatA companion paper to Dave Meyer's Internet draft that explains why scaling problems were encountered with loc/id split and its implications.
Author: John Day, Draft
Architectural Implications of Locator/ID Separation PDF formatThis Jan. 23, 2009 Internet draft uncovers potential scaling problems with loc/id split.
Authors: D. Meyer, D. Lewis 2009
A Challenge for Researchers PDF formatJohn Day challenges researchers to explore PNA.
A Challenge for Business PDF formatChris Williams challenges businesses to explore new network architectures.
Networking is IPC: A Guiding Principle to a Better InternetPDF formatIn Proceedings of ReArch'08 - Re-Architecting the Internet, Madrid, SPAIN, December 2008. Co-located with ACM CoNEXT 2008.
Authors: Day, Matta, Mattar
Creating a Viable Economic Model for a Viable Internet PDF formatA first attempt to explore how the PNA model naturally creates a viable economic model unlike the current model created by TCP/IP.
Author: John Day, 2008

Publications

Patterns in Network Architecture: A Return to Fundamentals
by John Day
Published by Prentice Hall ISBN 0132252422

In Patterns in Network Architecture, pioneer John Day takes a unique approach to solving the problem of network architecture. Piercing the fog of history, he bridges the gap between our experience from the original ARPANET and today's Internet to a new perspective on networking. Along the way, he shows how socioeconomic forces derailed progress and led to the current crisis.

Beginning with the seven fundamental, and still unanswered, questions identified during the ARPANET's development, Patterns in Network Architecture returns to bedrock and traces our experience both good and bad. Along the way, he uncovers overlooked patterns in protocols that simplify design and implementation and resolves the classic conflict between connection and connectionless while retaining the best of both. He finds deep new insights into the core challenges of naming and addressing, along with results from upper-layer architecture. All of this in Day's deft hands comes together in a tour de force of elegance and simplicity with the annoying turn of events that the answer has been staring us in the face: Operating systems tell us even more about networking than we thought. The result is, in essence, the first "unified theory of networking," and leads to a simpler, more powerful-and above all-more scalable network infrastructure. The book then lays the groundwork for how to exploit the result in the design, development, and management as we move beyond the limitations of the Internet.