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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Tutorial: Introduction to Shell and Perl Scripting for Network Operators
Meeting: NANOG54
Date / Time: 2012-02-05 2:00pm - 3:30pm
This item is webcast
Room: California Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:

John Kristoff, Team Cymru

John Kristoff is a researcher with Team Cymru, an Internet security research firm. John has worked at UltraDNS/Neustar as a network architect and held network engineering positions at both Northwestern University and DePaul University. John remains affiliated with Northwestern and DePaul as a collaborator, student and instructor. John has been an active participant in a number of related trusted security communities including nsp-security, YASML, ops-trust, FIRST, REN-ISAC and DNS-OARC.
Abstract: Being able to develop or customize tools using shell or Perl scripts is a skill all network operators should possess. This tutorial will provide a survey of scripting constructs from basic to advanced using real world examples throughout. While this tutorial is too short to comprehensively cover programming and the nuances of the tools available, newcomers can expect to come away with enough knowledge to start hacking their own useful tools, or to make use of the example scripts provided as a foundation towards something even more useful in their own real networks.
Files: youtubeIntroduction to Shell and Perl Scripting for Network Operators
pdfKristoff(PDF)
Sponsors: None.

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