Network testing, the devil is in the combination

Three months ago the Dutch Testnet Association performed a live network test. Members were asked to contribute and bring in topic and test ideas. During the debriefing session participants explained their test results to the owner of the venue (and the owner of the network). During this debriefing something nice happened, we started to combine several findings into scenario’s. This made quite some impact. Although all the observations were legitimate findings, stacking them lead to situations that really needed prevention.

I wrote an impression of the event for the TestNet Nieuws, and while writing came to the conclusion that the devil is in de combination. This inspired me to write a column about the same topic. It is published in the Bits & Chips magazine. Both are on-line now (in Dutch):

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