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L'association Lorraine Data Network (LDN) s'est interconnectée sur le noeud d'échange de Strasbourg EuroGIX. "Les points d'échange locaux [...] apportent une vision du réseau qui va dans le sens des actions de Lorraine Data Network, qui a mis un point d'honneur à rejoindre le projet EuroGIX. » déclare Julien VAUBOURG président de LDN.
A propos de LDN
Lorraine Data Network (LDN) est une association à but non-lucratif, pour la défense d'un Internet libre, neutre et décentralisé. Au-delà des conférences et ateliers de sensibilisation, les bénévoles proposent des services d'hébergement pour garder le contrôle de sa vie privée. LDN est également fournisseur d'accès à Internet en Lorraine, membre de la Fédération French Data Network.
« Les points d'échange locaux sont essentiels pour garantir la pertinence du trajet des données. Il dynamisent l'action locale et permettent aux acteurs de la région de se rencontrer régulièrement pour communiquer. Enfin, ils proposent une alternative économique pour l'échange des données, qui encourage la solidarité et l'intégration des petites structures. Pour toutes ces raisons, ils apportent une vision du réseau qui va dans le sens des actions de Lorraine Data Network, qui a mis un point d'honneur à rejoindre le projet EuroGIX. » déclare Julien VAUBOURG président de LDN.
Dans le cadre de leur partenariat pour le prochain Carrefour des Possibles, Rezopole et la FING organisent l'Aperezo n°24 le 24 octobre 2013 au restaurant Chez Thibault, à partir de 18h00.
A propos de la FING
La Fondation internet nouvelle génération (FING) est une association loi de 1901 créée en 2000 par Daniel Kaplan, Jacques-François Marchandise et Jean-Michel Cornu.
Sa mission s'articule autour de quatre grandes catégories d'objectifs :
- Une fabrique d’idées neuves et actionnables
- Un réseau d’acteurs de la transformation
- Des actions collectives à fort effet de levier
- Un lieu de débat entre technologie et société
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This new point of presence (POP) located in Limonest is connected to LyonIX 1 and 2 across a 10Gbps cross-connection.
The local loop between the three LyonIX POPs will improve the network security.Such as L1 and L2, Lyonix 3 is equiped with a 10Gbps switch, Serialhub, remote reboot and allows members to host their equipment
Rezopole has set up an alternative filtering method of its members BGP route advertisements on its Route Servers : RPKI + ROA.
This method enables to check that BGP advertisements of interconnected members are correct and that the given prefix matches the AS that sent it.
Filtering on the RIPE data base
“Before using the RPKI + ROA method, we were only filtering using the RIPE objects from the RIPE data base. Thanks to the two implemented methods we can now do a thorough check of routes that we communicate to our members on our main Cisco Route Server” states Arnaud Fenioux, Technical Manager at Rezopole.
The Aperezo 23 organised in partnership with CFI Maintenance Informatique will take place on September 26, at CFI Data Center, at Civrieux Dombes, from 6:00PM. Many visits will be organised as well as a cocktail in the evening.
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CFI Maintenance Informatique was founded in 1997 and it manages to become a leader in the Rhône-Alpes Region regarding Infrastructures and services integration towards VSEs and SMEs, huge accounts and public Administration. The group intensify its commitments in the Cloud Computing thanks to its recent data Center building. Green IT was built at Civrieux-in-Dombes, in partnership with Schneider Electric.
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LyonIX, the Lyon Internet eXchange Point, has been hosting since May 2013 an OpenStreetMap (OSM ) server, a free and collaborative mapping project. From the very beginning, the server hosted by the Lyon IXP sent the content of the project mainly in Africa and parts of the Middle East. Today 100% of OpenStreetMap content served in Africa comes from the server hosted by LyonIX. Source: official website of OSM http://dns.openstreetmap.org/tile.openstreetmap.org.html
Launched in 2004, OpenStreetMap is an international collaborative project. Its purpose is to produce a participatory world map, free of law. So everyone can make changes, from the name correction of a street to the creation of thematic maps. Today there is a large number of various maps, such as power grids, the land registry for some countries, or the mapping of flooded areas in Sudan in order to perform humanitarian aid actions.
This project offers a variety of interests and applications now available in Africa in good conditions of use and flow. OpenStreetMap server is hosted on LyonIX, the first regional Internet eXchange Point in France. It has been created in 2001 and has now more than 70 interconnected members. LyonIX is an Internet infrastructure that allows the participants to exchange data at a very high speed Internet: Telecom operators, Internet service providers, IT companies, large companies, local authorities and public institutions.
Through this association, people living in Africa now have access to the complete maps, in good quality. They are editable and available mainly at very high speed Internet. This is an opportunity for African people to optimize, both locally and internationally, by adding their comments, or creating special maps according to their needs, and, freely use them.
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EDX Network, a Lyon startup, jouins LyonIX. "As a former Technical manager at Rezopole. It was unthinkable to set a telecom structure without joining the Lyon peering point. s'est interconnectée sur le réseau du nœud d'échange Internet LyonIX. My infrastructure is now closer to my customers. The supervision traffic of equipements can therefore pass though the IXP though our partners lose their transit. This enables to put in place back-up/replication solutions in very high speed." Says Vincent Pages, EDX Network manager.
About EDX Network
EDX Network provides all services enabling to companies put in place their BGP setting: from IP address acquisition to RIPE to their platform hosting and IPv4 and IPv6 transit delivery.
To learn more: http://www.edx-net.fr
The Ardèche and Drôme digital territory plan was unanimously voted by both departmental assemblies on june 24th for Ardèche and July 1st for Drôme.
The digital territory plan (SDTAN) is composed of two parts: an infrastructure part in which Rezopole is mentioned (p70) and a "use and services" part. And, they reflect concretly the departments political vision as regards upcoming actions to achieve for our digital territory plan.
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In 2013, many new DataCenter have been created in Lyon. The Greater Lyon experienced a shortage a few years ago but is now in a position to insure the future. Besides public DataCenters (Education, Research, or local government services) and DataCenters dedicated to a single company, hosting commercial DataCenters are booming in Lyon and its region.
It is worth mentioning that the set back was important: till 2010, there were only 5 DataCenters that may host racks. Now nearly twenty players can offer hosting servers. Rezopole has produced a map of these centers. And several projects are still under construction near the capital of saplings. Lyon city has caught, up in less than 10 years, its delay in this field. An interesting detail: all DataCenters recently created (Maxnod, DCforDATA, FMI, CFI, One-System, SynAAps) joined Lyonix from the beginning of their activities !
Connected to Lyonix since 2008, LASOTEL has now access to the core of Grenoble Internet, GrenoblIX, and can meet the needs of its customers in Grenoble and Isère departments.
LASOTEL is a tecommunication service provider based in Lyon. Relying on its own infrastructure distributed over 15 operator rooms (Paris, Venissieux, Villeurbanne, Valence, Geneva, Grenoble etc..), LASOTEL provides connectivity and telephony indirect sales. LASOTEL is in all carrier neutral data center of the Lyon region (Venissieux MaxNod, DCforDATA, etc..), and can offer you hosting and date transport according to your needs. LASOTEL is also a network of over 150km of fiber already deployed in Lyon and the Greater Lyon.
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