APNIC participated the Internet Conference 2018 in Akihabara, Japan from 26 to 27 November 2018 and Internet Week 2018 in Tokyo, Japan from 27 to 30 November 2018.
The Internet Conference is an academic conference focused on emerging Internet technologies related to topics such as routing, SDN, network security and cloud computing. Internet Week is a regular event organized by the Japanese Network Information Centre (JPNIC), bringing together network operators in Japan and neighbouring economies to learn about and share information on networking operations. The theme of Internet Week 2018 was ‘It will be more fun if you know’.
- At the Internet Conference 2018, George Michaelson presented, ‘Internet Measurement, how to get the relativities right at scale’ on issues seen with the IPv6 and DNS measurements APNIC Labs is conducting.
- At Internet Week 2018, George reported on the reverse DNS outage APNIC experienced in May 2018, and along with Yoshinobu Matzusaki, who provided simultaneous translation into Japanese, presented on the operational trends accompanying worldwide deployment of public DNS service 126.96.36.199.
- George also presented on the status of IPv6 deployment in the region and globally at the IPv6 session.
- George and Sofia Silva Berenguer met with APNIC Members to discuss product collaboration and RPKI activities.
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