I am a technical lead on the Network Foundation team at Facebook where we investigate broad, inter-team problems across Facebook’s data center and backbone networks. Previously I worked on the FBOSS team (http://github.com/facebook/fboss) helping produce the software that runs Facebook’s in-house data center switches. I like to write open source software (Flowvisor, Floodlight, Open Network Linux) and publish in academic network conferences. Before Facebook, I served as CTO of the startup Big Switch Networks, lead the Architecture &Frameworks WG at the Open Networking Foundation, and was a member of the Clean Slate Lab at Stanford University where Software Defined Networking was first developed. I received my Ph.D. in 2008 from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Software defined networks, data center networks, network measurement, network security, peer-to-peer