“Nobody Internets Alone” Andrew Sullivan
There are more reasons to shift traffic to content than you can think of in the context of how the Internet is working. To start with the the fact that collaborating and interconnecting involves the architecture of The Internet as a network of the networks.
Traffic and Content Basics with The Internet Society
In the opening Keynote at “Apricot 2019“, the CEO of The Internet Society Andrew Sullivan delivered a cornerstone speech that any entity online can benefit in their area when listening to. Here are my takeaways:
- “open protocols” and “open networks” are not a value but necessary condition for having the Internet at all.
- Applications using the business model of keeping you inside”walled gardens” are dependent on The Internet.
- A sole internet architecture is recognizable as “The Internet”: open network of networks. Everything else is just some other kind of network.
- Return to the basic design of the Internet. The Internet means that, on your network, you are in charge.
- Help us educate and inform those who might be making policy without the benefits of understanding the Internet
- The cloud is, in fact, part of a general trend of consolidation and concentration.
- For the most effective way to ensure we don’t break the Internet is to improve it in Internet-like ways.
Read about The Consolidation of The Internet Economy
“Traffic engineering has shifted to content engineering”
says Craig Labovitz from Nokia Deepfield in an interview for
“Asia Pacific Network Information Centre”on the occasion of “Apricot 2019”, The Internet Network Operators Summit. The recent trends in the evolution of the Internet’s infrastructure evidence what network operators need to be aware of to meet the forthcoming challenges associated with the consolidation of The Internet.
My Tiny Content
So moving toward step two, when I have all my content published on Google Plus along seven years safely downloaded with Google Takeout, I’m thinking of a better way to repurpose it. Remaining part of the interconnected network of networks I wish to find my own way between the consolidation and fragmentation.