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Thursday, September 2 • 13:00 - 13:30
Understanding QUIC by examples

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QUIC is a UDP based, multiplexed connection protocol, whose first version has been published as RFC9000 in this May. While its main user is HTTP/3, it can be used as a basis of other application protocols. On the other hand, the protocol design is inherently complex due to various configuration properties. In this talk, we will go through each aspect by writing a simple file synchronization application using ngtcp2 and GnuTLS. By the end of this session you will understand the benefits of using QUIC as well as the drawbacks.

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Daiki Ueno

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Daiki Ueno works as a software engineer in the RHEL Crypto team at Red Hat, where he leads the development of low-level cryptographic libraries, such as GnuTLS and p11-kit, while helping a variety of security related projects.

Thursday September 2, 2021 13:00 - 13:30 EDT