APNIC supported and participated in the BKNIX Peering Forum and ThaiNOG Day (BPF 2022), held in a hybrid format from 23 to 24 May 2022 in Bangkok, Thailand.
The event welcomed over 300 participants and the agenda included presentations on peering and interconnection, the Internet landscape in Thailand, and edge computing.
- Wita Laksano hosted a booth and answered questions related to membership, IP addresses, and routing security.
- Shane Hermoso and Awal Haolader conducted a half-day tutorial on ‘Securing the DNS with DNSSEC’ at ThaiNOG Day to 90 participants.
- After the event, Shane and Wita also conducted a stand-alone Network Monitoring and Management workshop to 15 participants. This is the first face-to-face training event conducted in South East Asia after the pandemic.
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