Project Hubble – Internet Telescope (or How to Use Open Source Tools for Network Performance Measurements)

Joint event with BCS Internet SG

Speaker: Mehmet Oner Yalcin

Summary of event:

Network traffic measurement has always been a challenge and it’s also true for measuring performance of Tier 1 ISP performance. By nature, Tier 1 ISPs has different footprints on different networks and continents. Project Hubble uses few open source tools, and a custom network setup to measure performance of Tier 1 ISPs from the vantage point of an ISP.

Speaker Biography:

Mehmet Oner Yalcin works for Sky UK, Analytics & Planning Team as Senior Network Data Scientist. Former Network Engineer worked in various projects around the globe turned into programmer/data scientist, focusing on gaining insights from collected network data using DevOps and Data Science tools. Loves writing in R and Python. Also doing network automation to steer content delivery traffic to the optimum paths to make sure the quality of experience for users is great.

Overview of Agenda:

18:00 - Tea, coffee, juice & biscuits (Please sign in at ground floor security desk when you arrive)
18:30 - Talk
19:30 - Networking, including food and wine
21:30 - Close

Will catering be provided?

We will be providing Sushi & Oriental Platters, with tea, coffee, water, wine, and juice.

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For overseas delegates who wish to attend the event, please note that BCS does not issue invitation letters.


Project Hubble - Internet Telescope


Advanced Programming SG - Project Hubble – Internet Telescope
Date and time
Thursday 10 January, 6:00pm - 9:30pm
BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT
The Davidson Building
5 Southampton Street
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