Josh Bailey's ECS home page
I'm Josh Bailey, a network and software engineer working for Google since 2005. I work for Google full time. My major interests are in SDN, and network management/measurement.
I am not an academic and don't publish much (if at all - a tragically short Google Scholar profile), but some of my best friends and collaborators are academics and do publish. I am more an engineer and experimenter.
I live and work in Wellington, New Zealand and I have an office at VUW in the School of Engineering and Computer Science (ECS), room AM410 ( map).
I am between there and REANNZ
(NZ's research ISP) when in NZ, and am generally in Sydney first week of each month - I travel often.
When I am not in Sydney, I have regular office hours 1pm-5pm every Monday.
I participate in an international community of researchers interested in advanced networking, including the US, the EU, and Australia/NZ ( https://www.nitrd.gov/nitrdgroups/index.php?title=SDN_Operational_Issues_WS
ECS have a research group in SDN (http://sdn-vuw.blogspot.co.nz/
). WAND at the University of Waikato also are very active in SDN research (http://wand.net.nz/blogs
), having produced the notable Valve
controller. REANNZ run their office on an open source, SDN controlled switch, called FAUCET
. I occasionally blog about FAUCET at http://faucet-sdn.blogspot.co.nz/
My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
unless you are a journalist, in which case my email address is email@example.com
. Email is the only way to contact me if I'm not in.
Things I can help you with
- Research interests (please see below)
- General questions about working at Google (for a current list of positions and locations, please go to http://www.google.com/jobs)
Things I can't help you with
What is SDN?
These are some high level articles about SDN (I claim only that they might be interesting!). If you are interested in the technical details, they're in the next section.
- Network management
- M-Lab (measuring the performance and the behavior of the Internet)
- Tesla coils