David Ulevitch

David Ulevitch


David Ulevitch is the founder and CEO of OpenDNS, the world’s largest and fastest-growing free recursive DNS service. Previously, he founded the EveryDNS authoritative DNS service, today boasting more than 100,000 users. A longtime participant in the anti-phishing, anti-botnet and DNS communities, Ulevitch has been described as “one of the top DNS experts in the world” and was honored by Shadowserver – the public group that works to eliminate Botnets – by being inducted into its Hall of Fame. In addition to his commercial endeavors, he helped start the California Community Collocation Project, a non-profit that provides free, unencumbered Internet services to non-commercial entities. David holds a B.S. in Anthropology from Washington University in St. Louis.


Location: Salon E Level: Expert
David Ulevitch (OpenDNS)
Average rating: ****.
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For most operators, BGP is black magic. So is scaling past a single datacenter. Not anymore. Using OpenDNS' global network as a real example you will get a complete picture of what's required to build and run a global fault-tolerant network spanning multiple datacenters. This includes how to load balance using standard routing protocols like OSPF and BGP (Anycast). Read more.
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