BGP Peers Data modeling schema
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Thu Nov 5 21:27:31 UTC 2020
1) I shot myself in the foot .. the meeting data I cared about is
directly available on www.nanog.org (or the link to it anyway)
2) I meant feb 2020 (which SEEMS like 1.5yrs ago? or 100.5 yrs ago? :)
) and meeting 78:
specifically this talk: https://youtu.be/DpO1Tfa4IZ4
I guess amin's talk didn't have a presentation deck saved :(
Actually the presentation I wanted was not Amin, but Bikash:
(link to where he talks about this)
(I dont' see his slides included in the presentation data either though)
3) yang, sure.
On Thu, Nov 5, 2020 at 1:43 PM Christopher Morrow
<morrowc.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 5, 2020 at 7:55 AM Douglas Fischer <fischerdouglas at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm designing a tool for provisioning configurations for an ITP and his Peers.
> > The idea is that based on that, all the configs to all the involved components configurations to be deployed based on that source of data. I'm Talking about Routers, BMP, SNMP tool(Ex.: Zabbix), etc...
> > But, once again, I'm feeling that I'm reinventing the wheel.
> > I'm pretty sure that someone else has already suffered from that.
> you might go digging at Amin Vahadat's presentation at nanog-sfo ~1.5
> yrs back... (keynote I think it was? nanog75 perhaps)
> I can't seem to search the presentation archive properly (or at all,
> nanog webmaster mail sent already about this), but ideally the
> presentation and video is helpful.
> > I search for a bit, and I didn't find anything...
> > But with this gray area between developers and network operators, I'm not sure if I'm looking at the right place.
> > I even tried to look at http://schema.org but didn't find anything related to networks and BGP there yet.
> > So, anyone could point me in the right direction?
> > --
> > Douglas Fernando Fischer
> > Engº de Controle e Automação
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