Geoff Huston, APNIC’s Chief Scientist, gave the keynote presentation at the recent Hong Kong Network Operators’ Group meeting HKNOG 2.0, held in Hong Kong on 14 September 2015.
Over 120 people attended the 1-day event including Internet Services Providers, Internet Content Providers, Data Center Operators. The majority of attendees were local professionals with several people from Japan, Singapore and Mainland China.
Read W K Shiu’s (HKNOG volunteer) highlights from the event.
This was the second HKNOG meeting that APNIC has attended this year. Read our HKNOG 1.1 Event Wrap.
HKNOG was created for network operators in Hong Kong to exchange technical and operational content, and share knowledge relevant to the HKNOG community.
- Geoff Huston gave the keynote presentation focusing on the importance of collecting and measuring meaningful user data, which can be used to measuring IPv6 penetration, DNS behaviour and to identify stalker IPs to name a few. See his presentation below.
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