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The Realtime Story - part 2

My talk at Voip2day 2016 in Madrid (organised by Avanzada 7 in Malaga).
This talks cover recent trends in realtime communication, from VoIP to WebRTC and Internet of Things

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The Realtime Story - part 2

  1. 1. THE REALTIME STORY,
 PARTTWO Olle E Johansson Twitter @oej | oej@edvina.net Edvina AB, Olle E. Johansson, Stockholm, Sweden 2016, all rights reserved.

  2. 2. AGENDA THINGS ON THE NET. REALTIME
 STATUS TODO-
 LIST TIME TRAVEL
  3. 3. TIME TRAVEL
  4. 4. CHANGINGTHE PAST Oops what did I say? I hope people forget.
  5. 5. LESSON LEARNED:
 CHANGETAKES TIME.
  6. 6. 2010
  7. 7. 2012
  8. 8. RECURRINGTHEMES
 (OR MEMES) INTEROPERABILITY PRIVACY and
 SECURITYOPEN SOURCE IPv6
  9. 9. MOST IMPORTANT LISTEN TO YOUR USERS. Forget “PBX” Forget “Phone calls” Forget “Desktop
 Phones”
  10. 10. #MORECRYPTO
  11. 11. WEBRTC GOT IT RIGHT. #MORECRYPTO
  12. 12. SIP SUCKS. #MORECRYPTO
  13. 13. CLEARTEXT IS NEVER A GOOD CHOICE. #MORECRYPTO
  14. 14. IPv6 It’s finally happening.
  15. 15. AT LEAST SOME PEOPLE LISTENEDTO WHAT I SAID… S U M M A R Y :
  16. 16. REALTIME COMMUNICATIONS Wake up! This year’s
 talk begins now! T h e r e a l t i m e s t o r y - p a r t 2
  17. 17. 8000 samples per second 160 samples per 20 milliseconds Sent over your network That’s 100 packets per second for a two-way call. We’re still fighting
 the network
  18. 18. Buffer bloat. Firewalls. ALGs. Bad stuff in the way. We’re still fighting
 the network IPv4 NAT
  19. 19. SPEED OF LIGHT. RFC 1925
  20. 20. CONVERSATIONS
  21. 21. VOICE CONTROL LIKE IN IRON MAN HELLO SIRI ALEXIA Siri Alexia, 2017 Sending your voice commands across the Internet for parsing is not what I wanted.
  22. 22. WHAT ABOUT OUR USERS?
  23. 23. THE USER Is moving around. Using a mobile. The mobile’s primary
 function is not calls. Online.All the time.
  24. 24. (NEW) WAYS OF WORKING Constantly changing organisations. No fixed desk or office. Working from home, hotel, café
  25. 25. ARRRGGGHHHHH Reaction from the IT department.
  26. 26. If you think a PBX is the solution
 for a more productive company…
 Think again.Think hard.
  27. 27. If you think a PBX is the solution
 for a more productive company…
 Think again.Think hard. There’s no longer an
 INSIDE from a security
 perspective.
  28. 28. WHERE ARE WE? REALTIME CONVERSATIONS SECURE PRIVATE EVERYWHERE MOBILE DEVICES No “phone call”
  29. 29. WEBRTC IN CONTEXT REALTIME CONVERSATIONS And much, much
 more.
  30. 30. THINGS
 ON THE NET IoT VoIP REALTIME!!!
  31. 31. INVISIBILITY.
  32. 32. THE NETWORK Internet
  33. 33. BUILT ON FIBER Internet
  34. 34. FIBER ROUTEDTO ONE CENTRAL LOCATION
  35. 35. THE FIBER CARRIES ALL COMMUNICATIONS
  36. 36. THINGS GATEWAY The network IP Radio Non-IP radio IP net
  37. 37. SECURITY GATEWAY The network The cloud service USERS IP Radio Non-IP radio IP net
  38. 38. ATHING WITH MULTIPLE OWNERS GATEWAY Humidity Lock Water E-health The network Cloud app User Cloud App 2 Game IP Radio Non-IP radio IP net
  39. 39. THE WAY FORWARD
  40. 40. DON’T BUILD ON ONE SINGLE L2 User DEVICE MOBILE RADIO WIFI CABLE The network POWERGRID
  41. 41. ALL NETWORKS 
 ARE INSECURE User DEVICE MOBILE RADIO WIFI CABLE The network POWERGRID
  42. 42. PROTECTTHE DATA
  43. 43. DATA COLLECTIONS ARE DANGEROUS “When I started this little project I had intended to put all the data online, but when I saw it, I decided the risk of identity theft was just too high to be worth making my data public.”
 
 Tim Panton https://babyis60.wordpress.com/2015/11/13/the-investigation-of-packets/
  44. 44. MODERN HARDWARE HANDLES CRYPTO GATEWAY
  45. 45. STAYING UPTO DATE GATEWAY
  46. 46. WHO AREYOU, IT,THAT,THIS
  47. 47. RELATIONS
  48. 48. WHO CONTROLSTHE IDENTITY me me me me
  49. 49. THEY WANTTO DELIVER A PROPER SOLUTION. WHY DO WE SEE REPEATED FAILURES? @internetofshit
  50. 50. IoTSUMMARY: 
 THINGS ON THE NET
  51. 51. ENCRYPTION ENABLES
 NEW FUNCTIONALITY.
  52. 52. SECURITY AND PRIVACY IS NOT SEP (SOMEBODY ELSE’S PROBLEM)
  53. 53. YOU NEED A PROPER INFRASTRUCTURE FORTHINGS ONTHE NET. HOME OFFICE CARE
  54. 54. INTERNET IS THE NET. ALL NETWORKS WILL SOONER OR LATER BECOME PART OF THE NET.
  55. 55. LET’S FIXTHIS.
  56. 56. AN OPEN 
 SCALABLE 
 STANDARDISED
 SECURE 
 INFRASTRUCTURE BASED ON
 OPEN STANDARDS.
  57. 57. TODO 2016 @oej lists stuff you need to remember and work with.
  58. 58. 2013
  59. 59. FOLLOWTHOUGHT LEADERS
 IN REALTIME. @saghul @ibc_tw @matrix @elminiero The WebRTC forum on Facebook
  60. 60. IT’S NOT ABOUT CALLS OR TELEPHONY.
  61. 61. IT’S ABOUT CONVERSATIONS.
  62. 62. IT’S ABOUT CONVERSATIONS. HERE AND NOW.
  63. 63. IT’S ABOUT CONVERSATIONS. HERE AND NOW. IN REALTIME.
  64. 64. IT’S ABOUT CONVERSATIONS. HERE AND NOW. IN REALTIME. THE END.

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