The North American Network Operators Group (NANOG) and American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) held back-to-back meetings last month in Vancouver, Canada.
NANOG 74, held from 1 to 3 October, comprised several tracks of technical content and discussions on security, routing, peering and the DNS, to name a few. There was also a Hackathon held on 30 September for network operators to develop new ideas and hacks for automating production Internet networks.
ARIN 42 was held from 3 to 5 October and included public policy and member meeting presentations as well as a report on ASO activities.
ICYMI the #ARIN42 meeting report has been published. Access all presentations, transcripts, webcasts and more: https://t.co/j32TvNllBb pic.twitter.com/tGksC7GBlB
— ARIN (@TeamARIN) October 17, 2018
- At NANOG 74, Geoff Huston presented a Lightning Talk on ‘That KSK Roll’ briefly explaining DNSSEC and the role of the KSK, and the way in which the possible impact of this planned roll can be measured..
- Tuan Nguyen participated at several sessions during the meeting, and also met with the ARIN registration services team on best practice processes and knowledge sharing.
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