RIST Session 2 - Enhanced Usage of the RIST Protocol to Address Network Challenges
Session Type
In Person
Adi Rozenberg
The Reliable Internet Stream Transport (RIST) is an open specification from the Video Services Forum. The specification allows vendors to innovate and implement a variety of functions and usage scenarios while staying within the boundaries of the specification. This session is a technical deep dive into how enhanced capabilities that are fully supported by RIST can be used to solve specific network challenges. The session will explore network conditions and deployments to provide reliable and secure links . It covers both RIST Simple Profile (VSF TR-06-1) and RIST Main Profile (VSF TR-06-2) features, including bonding, retransmission throttling, dynamic load sharing mixing of different link types and more.
Technical Depth of Presentation
Intermediate. any one with basic skills will find the presentation useful.
What Attendees will Benefit Most from this Presentation
Senior managers, Network engineers, IT specialists, Technologist, System integrators that are looking to use the IP for reliable and secure delivery of any IP network. One should understand that a protocol is not every thing, but innovation and experience is the corner stone to had the best and reliable solution.
Take-Aways from this Presentation
Why ARQ retransmission throttling is vital to handle network impairments How RIST can solve my transport over IP Why should I care about Link Bonding and load share