Networking from Home returned after a three week break for the Network Operator Groups (NOGs) of East Asia to host the online event for 228 attendees from 21 economies.
Geoff Huston’s keynote on buffer memory and protocol behaviour began the event, followed by presentations on RPKI deployment, fast packet processing, Internationalized Email Addresses (EAI) and DNSSEC deployment. A panel of network operators from Japan, Hong Kong, Mongolia and Taiwan rounded off the event discussing security and operational impacts due to COVID-19.
— Jack Wang (@JackWan99173078) July 15, 2020
The average watch time for the event was 1 hour 54 minutes, with 91% of attendees from the APNIC region and 32% from East Asia economies. The three economies that contributed the most attendees were Australia, Taiwan and the United States.
A joint initiative of NOGs and APNIC, NFH events aim to address the gap resulting from the cancellation of many NOG meetings due to COVID-19 restrictions. The program committee consisted of representatives from HKNOG, JANOG, mnNOG and TWNOG, plus representatives from APNIC and ISOC.
— Tom Paseka (@tompaseka) July 15, 2020
Please show your support for your local NOGs and find out how you can get involved today. APNIC and the NOGs in the region would like to thank everyone who has attended the three events so far for the positive support you’ve shown — we’re glad you’re enjoying it.
— Supachok Soup (@AntSoup) July 15, 2020
If you missed it, or the first event, you can watch the recordings or browse the presentations on the NFH site.
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