The full program for APRICOT 2017 is now available and it’s a packed agenda of great technical content, headlined by Tim O’Reilly who’ll deliver the opening keynote on Monday 27 February.
Tim will be joined by seventy-eight other expert speakers, including Avi Freedman, Co-founder and CEO of Kentik, who will talk about the age of data-driven network operations, and Nguyen Hong Thang, Deputy Director of VNNIC, who will talk about the evolution of the Internet in Viet Nam.
Geoff Huston, APNIC’s Chief Scientist, will present on routing in 2016, cryptography, and forensic tracing in the Internet; Cengiz Alaettinoglo, CTO of Packet Design, will discuss SDN traffic engineering; and Barry Greene, Co-Founder, CTO & Principle Security Architect of GETIT, will provide advice on having meaningful conversations with security vendors.
Other technical and tutorial sessions will cover topics including DNSSEC, Network Operations, Network Security, IPv6, MPLS L3 VPN Deployment, and Securing Internet Routing: RPSL and RPKI.
These are just a few of the interesting presentations planned, so check out the program now to plan your conference.
Limited workshop places still available
There are still a few places left at the Network Management and DNS/DNSSEC workshops. Register now to secure your spot!
More than 550 people have registered for the conference and workshops in total so far.
APNIC Policy SIG
You’re invited to participate at the APNIC Policy SIG, held over two sessions on Wednesday, 1 March. Four proposals are under discussion:
- Prop-118: No need policy in APNIC region
- Prop-117: Returned IPv4 address management and final /8 exhaustion
- Prop-116: Prohibit to transfer IPv4 addresses in the final /8 block
- Revising eligible voters of Chair election and Chair’s term
This is your opportunity to influence how Internet number resources are managed, so please do take part in the discussions.
APNIC EC Election at APNIC 43
Don’t forget, the APNIC EC election will be held on Thursday, 2 March. Nominations are still open until 17:30 (UTC +10) on Tuesday, 14 February for the four available positions, with online and proxy voting opening on Thursday, 16 February.
More updates will be made to the program in the lead up to the event, so stay tuned to the website for new information.
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