William B. Norton is an internationally recognized expert on Internet Peering with over two decades of experience working on the core of the Internet. Preface Note to the Reader. Internet Transit. The Internet Transit Plavbook.
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If you are operating a growing Internet service, it is essential to understand how the Internet Peering Ecosystem wo One can understand the protocols, the technologies, and the routing algorithms, but that doesn't tell the story. If you are operating a growing Internet service, it is essential to understand how the Internet Peering Ecosystem works at the core. Get A Copy. More Details Other Editions 3. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jun 06, Jean-Francois Amiot rated it liked it Shelves: read-on-kobo , technology , ireviewed. According to it's author whom I met at the last NANOG in Vancouver, there is precisely only one book on this highly specialized relationship building topic. This book isn't about understanding the protocols or the routing algorithms, it's about building relationship and understanding the peering ecosystem and what ultimately motivate one to seek a peering relationship.
The book is conveniently separated in 3 sections: Transit, Peering and IXP, so one can jump right to the appropriate section. I particularly enjoyed reading his thought on the inevitable power struggle between the ISPs controlling the eyeballs Hello Comcast and the content providers, Hello Netflix and indirectly Level 3.
This book isn't for everyone, but if you have anything to do with the peering community, it's definitively recommended reading. Aug 25, Tarek rated it really liked it. Il y a de la triche, du mensonge et de la manipulation pour arriver aux objectifs. Jan 08, Alia D. A fun read that made it enjoyable to learn all the human and business motivations behind how the Internet works.
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The Internet Peering Playbook
This book is essential reading for anyone seeking to understand the core of the Internet. Internet Peering is one of the key aspects of the network neutrality debate, and this book explores these power dynamics between the players that interconnect at the core of the Internet. The reader will learn how the Internet is wired up, these behind-the-scenes interconnections of this network-of-networks. It gives a practical view about the Internet market which even many engineers developing Internet protocols are lacking. This is the number one book to learn the ways of which companies create interconnections in the Internet to serve their customers. Sometimes this requires even a rigorous fight for better performance and lower costs.
The Internet Peering Playbook : Connecting to the Core of the Internet
In these previous works, we documented the commonly used terminology Peering, Transit, Transport, etc. In this paper we build upon this foundation of peering knowledge and present tactics that Peering Coordinators have used to obtain peering where they otherwise might not have been able to obtain peering. We have identified 20 specific maneuvers that vary from the mundane to the clever, from merely deceptive to manipulative and unethical. Nonetheless, these tactics have been successfully used to obtain peering, and in this paper we document them. We share 20 peering maneuvers that the Peering Coordinator Community has seen effectively used to obtain peering.