APNIC supported and participated in PhNOG 2022, held in a hybrid format from 11 to 15 July 2022 in Makati, Philippines.
The event welcomed around 100 participants to share information about RPKI, BGP, IXPs, and IPv6 deployment.
- Paul Wilson gave a welcome message by video. He congratulated the PhNOG committee on holding the event, and the importance of NOGs in the region to bring together network operators to discuss topics of importance for the Filipino community and build capacity.
- Che-Hoo Cheng participated as a panellist on the ‘IXP Panel: Beyond Tech’, where discussion focused on challenges faced in IXP development and peering in general.
- Anna Mulingbayan hosted a booth and welcomed several Members, answering their questions on getting more IPv4 space, deploying IPv6, and creating ROAs for their Internet numbers.
- Anna also gave an update on the status of IPv6 and RPKI deployment in the region, including the Philippines.
- Shane Hermoso joined the ‘Diversity in Tech Panel’, focusing on diversity in perspective, training and mentorship, professional development, and social responsibility.
- Shane, Arth Paulite, and APNIC Community Trainer Liezel Manangan conducted the DNSSEC & DNS Privacy Workshop for 55 participants in total (26 on-site; 29 online).
- Shane, Anna, and Leizel also conducted the RPKI and BGP Security Workshop for 41 participants in total (19 on-site; 22 online).
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