Between 0x2 Nerds

Sept 17 at 9:15am PST/12:15pm EST/5:15pm GMT
This week, Jeff and Jeff will be discussing EVPN: Multihoming - ESI

About Jeff Doyle

Jeff Doyle is a Member of Technical Staff at Apstra. Specializing in IP routing protocols, complex BGP policy, SDN/NFV, data center fabrics, IBN, EVPN, MPLS, and IPv6, Jeff Doyle has designed or assisted in the design of large-scale IP and IPv6 service provider networks in 26 countries over 6 continents. Jeff was the Juniper Networks corporate spokesperson for IPv6 in the early 2000s and is a past member of the IPv6 Promotion Council of China and the Steering Committee for the IPv6 Forum’s “IPv6 Ready” initiative.

Jeff is the author of CCIE Professional Development: Routing TCP/IP, Volumes I and II; OSPF and IS-IS: Choosing an IGP for Large-Scale Networks; a co-author of Software Defined Networking: Anatomy of OpenFlow; and is an editor and contributing author of Juniper Networks Routers: The Complete Reference. Jeff is currently writing CCIE Professional Development: Switching TCP/IP. He also writes for Forbes and blogs for both Network World and for Network Computing. Jeff is one of the founders of the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Task Force, is an IPv6 Forum Fellow, and serves on the executive board of the Colorado chapter of the Internet Society (ISOC).

Jeff and his wife live in Westminster, Colorado where they are fortunate to still live close to their four adult children and four grandchildren. In his spare time he’s an opera lover, a baseball fan, and a history buff.

About Jeff Tansura

Jeff Tantsura joined Apstra as the Head of Networking Strategy. Prior to Apstra Jeff has worked at Nuage Networks as Head of Technology Strategy, driving technology strategy for SDx 2.0, evolution of SD-WAN with 5G and IoT, end2end co-operative policy framework, networking and new Segment Routing based Architecture to provide seamless DC-WAN-DC connectivity (NFIX). Prior to Nuage Networks, Jeff worked as the VP of Network Architecture at Futurewei and Routing CTO at Ericsson.

He is very active in IETF, with 50 plus RFC’s and drafts co-authored. He is the chair of IETF Routing Working Group (RTGWG) responsible for the new Network Architectures and technologies, and in the last years most notably - RFC7938 BGP Routing in the large DCs and RFC7490 - IP FRR framework and LFA (Loop Free Alternatives). He is also the chair of IETF Routing in FAT Tries (RIFT) working group designing and standardizing a new novel routing protocol, purposely designed for DCs. Jeff serves the Internet Architecture Board (IAB), responsible for future developments of the Internet, guiding IETF work with a focus on 5G and Network Slicing and is also Board Member at SF Bay Area Chapter of the Internet Society

Jeff’s main areas of expertise are: network architecture, routing protocols and algorithms, programmable networking and data modeling efforts around,. He has filed 30+ patents in the area of routing protocols, networking complexity @scale and policies, intent modeling and instantiation. He is the author of a book with Russ White titled “Navigating Network Complexity: Next-generation Routing with SDN, Service Virtualization, and Service Chaining”, as well as the technical editor of "Building Data Centers with VXLAN BGP EVPN: A Cisco NX-OS Perspective" book.

He is married with 3 children and an adorable dachshund, living in Palo Alto, CA. In his free time, he is an avid skier, reader, jazz piano and ping-pong player.