Event Wrap: HKNOG 5.0

By on 4 Oct 2017

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Paul Wilson presenting the keynote, 'Re-engineering the DNS – one resolver at a time’.

APNIC participated at the latest Hong Kong Network Operators Group meeting (HKNOG 5.0) in Hong Kong on 15 September 2017.

Welcoming 169 people, the largest attendance so far, the one-day event included representatives from ISPs, content providers, and data centre operators. The agenda included talks by local and international speakers on software defined networks, scaling data centre bandwidth, DNSSEC deployment, and the changing security landscape.

APNIC activities:

  • Paul Wilson gave a keynote presentation, ‘Re-engineering the DNS – one resolver at a time’, on APNIC’s support of updates to BIND to implement caching of NSEC responses, to reduce root server query loads.

  • Paul, Che-Hoo Cheng and Connie Chan also met with APNIC and community members to discuss their IP resource needs and future opportunities for collaboration.
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