An Interdisciplinary Approach to Designing Fast Networked Devices
- George Varghese, University of California--San Diego, San Diego, CA
Network protocol implementers, from server vendors (i.e., Sun, IBM, Microsoft) to router vendors (i.e., Cisco, Juniper, PMC Sierra, Redback, Alcatel, Intel Networks). Also appeals to designers of efficient Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) and firewalls which includes implementers at companies such as Cisco, ISS, Raptor, Symantec, Checkpoint, Network Associates, as well as companies and startups in security, storage and networking.
- Published: December 2004
- Imprint: MORGAN KAUFMANN
- ISBN: 978-0-12-088477-3
"George Varghese has had a remarkable impact on the real world of networking with his algorithmic innovations over many years. The networking research and development community is fortunate that he has now distilled his knowledge in this very readable, insightful, and much-needed book." --Bruce Davie, Cisco Fellow, Cisco Systems "This book nicely describes implementation tricks for building fast networking stacks, particularly in routers. This is a much needed book, I don't know of any other that covers this sort of implementation advice. George Varghese has invented several techniques to help speed up the Internet and in his book he provides interesting insight into this, and much more." --Radia Perlman, Distinguished Engineer, Sun Microsystems