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Office Hour with Glen Wiley (Verisign, Inc.), Neel Goyal (Verisign, Inc.), Willem Toorop (NLNet Labs), and Allison Mankin (Verisign, Inc.)

Allison Mankin (Verisign, Inc.), Glen Wiley (Verisign, Inc.), Neel Goyal (Verisign, Inc.), Willem Toorop (NLNet Labs)
Office Hours
Expo Hall (Table E)

Want to learn about getdns? Bring your questions to Glen, Neel, Willem, and Allison. Discover more about getdns, including:

  • getdns makes it easy to leverage DNS to create authenticated services with getdns modes
  • getdns was designed to optimize language bindings; presently it has Python and node.js bindings (with other bindings on the way
  • getdns is targeted to developers of many types of application, and a feature of it is to require little DNS expertise, while quickly providing both basic and advanced DNS capabilities.
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Allison Mankin

Verisign, Inc.

Allison is the Director of Verisign Labs, a research organization focusing on long-term evolution of the
Internet infrastructure and on open standards-based prototyping. She has been active in Internet engineering
and research for over 25 years, including having served at the Internet Engineering Task Force as an area
director for 10 of those years. She is best known having co-led the IPng Selection Process at IETF (long ago).
Past open source projects include open internet conferencing, multicast and IPv6. Her research and RFCs have been primarily in the areas of TCP and DNS and their security.

Glen Wiley

Verisign, Inc.

Glen spent seven years serving as the systems architect for the DNS resolution platforms for the largest domain in the world (.COM and two of the Internet root servers). He currently works in an R&D group at Verisign where he contributes to Internet standards and builds proof of concepts exploring new products and technologies. After more than 25 years in the industry Glen brings a rich blend of history and hands on experience to the talk.

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Neel Goyal

Verisign, Inc.

Neel is a R&D developer at Verisign with over 10 years of experience. He
has worked on a variety of initiatives for Verisign ranging from domain related tools, API specifications, and routing protocol implementations. He also serves as a member on Verisign┬╣s Open Source Committee. Prior to Verisign, Neel worked at a startup developing consumer software for embedded devices and PCs.

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Willem Toorop

NLNet Labs

Willem is a developer at NLnet Labs, a not-for-profit foundation dedicated to the development of open-source implementations of open standards. At NLnet Labs Willem is the lead developer of the C DNS utility library: ldns. Willem has implemented leading edge DNS functionality for ldns based on new open standards such as DNSSEC and DANE. Our getdns-api implementation utilizes ldns for processing DNS data. Another of NLnet Labs C-libraries, libunbound, is used for DNS resolving. Besides working on ldns Willem also maintains and develops the perl Net::DNS and Net::DNS::SEC modules and actively researches Path MTU black holes that hamper DNSSEC deployment.