Marshall Rose

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Marshall T. Rose (born 1961) is a network protocol and software engineer, author, and speaker who has contributed to the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), the Internet, and Internet and network applications. More specifically, he has specialized in network management, distributed systems management, applications management, email, the ISO Development Environment (ISODE), and service-oriented architecture (SOA).[citation needed]

Rose holds a Ph.D. in Information and Computer Science from the University of California, Irvine and is former area director for network management of the IETF.[citation needed]

Rose is presently; the Principal Engineer at Brave (web browser).[1]

IETF[edit]

Rose's work on behalf of the Internet Engineering Task Force has included:

Books[edit]

Rose has written the following published books:

  • BEEP: The Definitive Guide. ISBN 0-596-00244-0.
  • How to Manage Your Network Using SNMP. ISBN 0-13-141517-4.
  • How to Manage Your Network Using SNMP: The Networking Management Practicum. ISBN 0-13-145117-0.
  • Internet Messaging: From the Desktop to the Enterprise. ISBN 0-13-978610-4.
  • Lynch, Daniel C.; Rose, Marshall. Internet System Handbook. ISBN 0-201-56741-5.
  • The Internet Message: Closing the Book With Electronic Mail (Prentice Hall Series in Innovative Technology). ISBN 0-13-092941-7.
  • The Open Book : A Practical Perspective on OSI. ISBN 0-13-643016-3.
  • The Simple Book: An Introduction to Internet Management, Revised Second Edition. ISBN 0-13-451659-1.
  • The Little Black Book: Mail Bonding with OSI Directory Service. ISBN 0-13-683210-5.

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://brave.com/about/
  2. ^ "Past IESG members". IETF. Retrieved 2009-10-12.