Whois is old and clunky. In many ways, RDAP already fulfils many of its functions. So are we ready to replace it?
Next Generation Registry Services at APNIC are much more complex and diverse than traditional services.
APNIC has made some major changes to its RDAP infrastructure aiming to improve its availability, latency, and data quality.
What can network operators do to ensure they are contributing to a healthy Internet ecosystem?
APNIC has introduced a whois stub record to fill gaps in its data and improve query results.
Recent years have seen great advances in registry services, improving on the 37-year old whois protocol.
MyAPNIC introduces a new contact management feature for APNIC Members to review and update their membership, organization and IRT contacts.
Can discussions surrounding cybersecurity governance learn from past Internet governance experiences?
Share your thoughts on the products APNIC is working on related to improving how network operators can access routing and network security information.
The bcrypt mechanism provides APNIC Members with an easy-to-use method of protecting their whois objects from unauthorized changes.