Twenty-four participants from eight different economies collaborated in the first APNIC Hackathon, with great results.
Guest Post: Containers are a rapidly growing part of the IT infrastructure landscape and are a perfect fit with IPv6. So why is the container + IPv6 support from major public cloud providers lacking?
Guest Post: Response Policy Zone technology in resolver software is increasing the number of DNS resolver services.
APNIC participated at PhNOG 2018 from 5 to 7 March 2018 in Makati, Philippines.
Guest Post: Researchers at the University of Auckland are simulating and measuring the bandwidth capacity of medium earth orbit and geostationary satellites, the results of which may surprise.
Guest Post: Does your satellite link have the right amount of queue capacity configured? If not, it may be suffering from bufferbloat.
Guest Post: Over 180 people attended the most recent Hong Kong Network Operators Group meeting, HKNOG 6.0, which was packed with presentations from around the globe.
Geoff discusses some of the highlights of DNS-OARC 28, held in Puerto Rico earlier this month.
Guest Post: Could UDP possibly be worse than small TCP flows? Could TCP be its own worst enemy?
Discussion about a potential “two-house” model for the ASO – rearranging current NRO EC and ASO AC responsibilities – received support in Kathmandu.