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A Year in Review of Internet Analysis - with Doug Madory

This is a podcast episode titled, A Year in Review of Internet Analysis - with Doug Madory. The summary for this episode is: <p>Between volcanoes erupting, misconfigurations, and nations purposely shutting down the internet to stop a protest, 2022 was a busy year for network outages. In this episode, Doug Madory, Kentik's Director of Internet Analysis, joins us to talk about some of the highlights of 2022 and also discuss some of the more common reasons we see large-scale network outages in the first place.</p><p><br></p><p>Key Takeaways: </p><ul><li>[00:00&nbsp;-&nbsp;03:05] Introduction to Doug Madory, Director of Internet Analysis at Kentik</li><li>[03:08&nbsp;-&nbsp;06:52] An eruption in Tonga that wiped out its undersea hardline</li><li>[06:53&nbsp;-&nbsp;08:34] The Egyptian government and an Internet chokepoint</li><li>[08:36&nbsp;-&nbsp;12:52] The ins and outs of submarine Internet cables</li><li>[12:53&nbsp;-&nbsp;18:01] The move towards satellite connections on a global scale</li><li>[18:02&nbsp;-&nbsp;23:18] The Rogers outage</li><li>[23:20&nbsp;-&nbsp;26:16] The ripple effect, and a lesson in humility</li><li>[26:17&nbsp;-&nbsp;28:06] 2021, the year of learning and Internet giants falling to their knees</li><li>[28:07&nbsp;-&nbsp;31:29] Decentralization and outages as the flipside of success</li><li>[31:30&nbsp;-&nbsp;34:42] Providers and regulations</li><li>[34:41&nbsp;-&nbsp;40:21] National governments, and shutting down flows of information</li><li>[40:25&nbsp;-&nbsp;46:14] Hijacking and routing security in relation to ransomware</li><li>[46:14&nbsp;-&nbsp;50:21] Spaghetti Westerns and interacting with other countries to keep the peace</li><li>[50:27&nbsp;-&nbsp;52:10] A determined adversary</li></ul>