Elisa Jasinska started her Internet career as a Network Engineer at the
Amsterdam Internet Exchange in 2005. The exchange point, also called
AMS-IX, is a member driven non-profit Internet exchange based in
Amsterdam, the Netherlands. With its small team, great atmosphere and
incredibly smart people, AMS-IX made Elisa enthusiastic about networks and
Internet technologies and she has been enjoying the Internet industry
Being part of a small team provides for a wide range of experiences. The
AMS-IX network team took care of everything around the Ethernet platform:
design, installation, troubleshooting, automation, liaison with sales and
marketing on technical matters etc. Elisa has worked on a variety of
projects for AMS-IX, for instance an sFlow collection and analysis
platform as well as the AMS-IX route server deployment.
In 2010 Elisa joined Limelight Networks, a CDN provider based in Phoenix,
Arizona. Elisa worked for Limelight out of Europe as part of the Network
Architecture and Engineering team. She enjoyed the chance to extend her
(so far mostly Layer 2 based) horizon into the the routing world, working
on various projects including traffic flow collection and analysis for
routing, peering and traffic engineering purposes.
Elisa recently joined Microsoft as a Senior Engineering Services Engineer
(aka. Network Toolsmith). She will continue working remotely out of Europe
for the GNS Core Engineering team. Elisa enjoys traveling the world, she
speaks 3 + 2 * 1/2 languages and likes the sea.