APNIC participated at the first Hong Kong Network Operators’ Group (HKNOG 1) in Hong Kong on 1 September 2014.
HKNOG was created for network operators in Hong Kong to exchange technical and operational content and share knowledge relevant to the HKNOG community.
The inaugural event was well attended with presentations by:
- CK Chu on Arbor’s global security report
- Tom Paseka of Cloudflare, who presented on IPv6 and DDos
- Mat Jansen of Akamai, who spoke about the use of client subnet extensions in EDNSO
There were also three presentations on Software Designed Networks (SDNs).
- Geoff Huston presented the morning keynote session on the BGP 512k issues and the broader issue of router hardware and memory.
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