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Baptiste Jonglez

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Baptiste is currently a PhD student at Grenoble Alps University, where he works on improving transport protocols from the end-user perspective. He is also active in a local community network (member of the Fédération FDN) that builds and operates network infrastructure as a common. His interests encompass the design of network protocols and their performance evaluation, as well as the technical and socio-economic aspects of building communication networks.

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Persistent DNS Connections for Reliability and Performance

For decades, the Domain Name System (DNS) has relied on UDP as its transport protocol of choice, mostly because of its simplicity. New transports such as DNS-over-TLS and DNS-over-HTTPS are now gaining popularity: they offer increased privacy while preventing the use of the DNS as a DDoS attack vec…

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