Ones and Zeros, how the Internet, Networks and DNS works

Ones and Zeros are the building blocks of everything we know around us today. The Internet, your car, toaster, and dog toy are all built on the same principles. Principles that as we are going toward a very specialized world we are getting very far away from. Ask yourself this, when was the last time you heard of the OSI model? Or an RFC? Or When was the last time you could figure out a masq for an IP Address just from looking at it? Or even more simple, when was the last time you had to configure DNS and you did it without looking up documentation? In this session, I invite you to go back to basics. Let’s go back to how everything got started. How the Internet works, how Networks, IPs, and Ports shape the world around us.


Abdel Sghiouar

Abdel Sghiouar
Cloud Developer Advocate

Abdel Sghiouar is a senior Cloud Developer Advocate @Google Cloud. A co-host of the Kubernetes Podcast by Google and a CNCF Ambassador. His focused areas are GKE/Kubernetes, Service Mesh and Serverless. Abdel started his career in datacenters and infrastructure in Morocco where he is originally. Before moving to Google's largest EU datacenter in Belgium. Then in Sweden he joined Google Cloud Professional Services and spent 5 years working with Google Cloud customers on architecting and designing large scale distributed systems before turning to advocacy and community work.

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