Manage an enterprise network? Please fill out my survey - for Science! :-)
swhyte at gmail.com
Mon Oct 31 23:00:58 CDT 2011
On 10/31/11 19:33 , Justine Sherry wrote:
> :) I should've guessed that you guys, of all people, would notice the
> I used to be at the UW; I registered for this list using my UW email
> address. Rather than re-register in order to be able to post to the
> list, I just sent from my old email address.
> The survey is linked from my homepage and the UW affiliation is mentioned:
I've met Justine and can vouch for her serious, laser-focused interest
in middlebox research, and that if she's not really attending Cal then
she's bamboozled a whole heap of CS profs over there.
But seriously, if you can help her ascertain real middlebox use cases
she wants to help improve that segment of networking via useful
research, nothing more or less.
> On Mon, Oct 31, 2011 at 19:23, Adefisayo Adegoke<afisayo at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello Justine,
>> I find it interesting, to say the least, that all of the communication
>> that you have about a Berkeley research program while your email came
>> from washington.edu?
>> ..... Success is getting what you want, happiness is wanting what you
>> get - Ingrid Bergman
>> ... the sky is too low to be my limit ....Sent from my iPhone
>> On Oct 31, 2011, at 6:48 PM, Justine Sherry<justine at cs.washington.edu> wrote:
>>> Hello! My name is Justine and I am a graduate student at UC Berkeley
>>> I'm doing a research project on middlebox appliances such as proxies,
>>> WAN optimizers, and firewalls. Middlebox appliances are any
>>> networking-related hardware other than routers and switches. I'd like
>>> to learn a little bit about how middleboxes are used in real world
>>> deployments in enterprises. Vendors often engage in surveys of this
>>> type - but the research community knows less than we'd like to about
>>> typical concerns in an enterprise network.
>>> If you work on network management in an enterprise, I'd love to hear
>>> about your experiences through this survey:
>>> Some promises:
>>> (1) If you give me your email address, I will not give it to anyone
>>> else, nor will I add you to any annoying mailing lists.
>>> (2) If you mention the name of your organization, I will not share it
>>> with anyone else.
>>> (3) If I publish any data from this, statistics will be reported in aggregate.
>>> (4) I will not share the raw data from this survey with anyone other
>>> than my advisor, Professor Sylvia Ratnasamy
>>> (sylvia at eecs.berkeley.edu).
>>> Feel free to skip questions and please provide approximate answers if
>>> you have them.
>>> Finally, to thank you for your time, we'll enter you in to a lottery
>>> for a $100 Amazon gift card; we'll select two people to win and
>>> contact them on November 16. Thank you!
>>> If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me.
>>> PS: The survey is here! Don't miss it!
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