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How Facebook Is Bringing QUIC to Billions

It took Facebook less than a year to implement IETF QUIC and HTTP/3. It took us another 2 years to enable QUIC and HTTP/3 for billions of people. In this talk we will discuss the unexpected technical challenges we faced, from edge load balancer to mobile clients, and from application tweaking to transport congestion control.


Matt Joras

Software Engineer @Facebook

Matt Joras is a software engineer on the Traffic Protocols team at Facebook. He is also co-chair of the IETF QUIC Working Group. At Facebook, he primarily works on improving their implementation of QUIC.

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Yang Chi

Software Engineer @Facebook

Yang Chi is a software engineer on the Traffic Protocols team at Facebook. He's been working on Facebook's traffic infrastructure across client and server in the past couple of years, witnessing both ends evolve from HTTP/1.1 to HTTP/3.

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Tuesday May 25 / 11:10AM EDT (40 minutes)


Accelerating APIs and Edge Computing


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