2019 was a busy year with the implementation of four policy proposals with different degrees of challenges and complexity.
The 2010s finished as they started, with IPv4 exhaustion still a hot topic within the Internet community.
APNIC has introduced a whois stub record to fill gaps in its data and improve query results.
Changes to the IPv4 transfer process allow Members to receive resources more efficiently.
I recently attended HKNOG 7.0 and visited with Members in Shenzen, China.
2018 was another busy year for the APNIC Services team, full of milestones, none greater than welcoming our 7,000 Member.
The bcrypt mechanism provides APNIC Members with an easy-to-use method of protecting their whois objects from unauthorized changes.
APNIC has launched its new Internet Directory, an upgrade of existing information services that have evolved over the years.
By June this year, APNIC Members exceeded 6,800.
Using role objects can make managing whois details easier.