Russ White has more than 20 years' experience in designing, deploying, breaking and troubleshooting large-scale networks. Across that time, he has co-authored more than 40 software patents, spoken at venues throughout the world, participated in the development of several internet standards, helped develop the Cisco Certified Design Expert and Cisco Certified Architect certifications, and worked in internet governance with the Internet Society.
Russ currently works on next-generation data center designs, complexity, security and privacy. He is also currently on the Routing Area Directorate at the IETF, and he co-chairs the IETF I2RS and Babel working groups. His most recent works are The Art of Network Architecture, Navigating Network Complexity, Unintended Features and the Intermediate System to Intermediate System LiveLesson. Read Russ' blogs here.