Originally posted on LinkedIn Pulse
At the forefront of the Internet are the people, knowledge, skills and ‘know-how’ that make it happen. The North American Network Operators’ Group (NANOG) is the association that brings these people together to identify key issues, concerns and inter-networking challenges that the industry, as a whole, collaborates to ensure that the Internet we rely on works.
On April 21, 2015 – and for the first time – NANOG brings its educational and networking opportunities to Boston, MA. NANOG On The Road (NOTR) is an event series aimed at providing an accessible platform to share current NANOG content covering everything from technical services, the status of IPv6 adoption, current registry policy, to developments and hot topics in Internet Governance. It is a one-day event providing professional education and networking. The best part? It’s free to attend, however, registration is required.
NOTR Boston presentation topics will include a panel discussion about Title II, Data Centers, Boston IX, Peering, IPv6, BGP, and an Optics Tutorial. Registration opens at 8:30am, the program begins at 9:00am, and an evening reception for networking with peers will take place from 5:00pm.
Whether you’re in college, a young budding professional, interested in Internet networking/peering, work at a colocation, hosting or data center facility or provide hardware, software solutions for the Internet industry – this event is absolutely for you.
So don’t delay, register today! It’s Free – but required: https://secretariat.nanog.org/ibin/c5i?mid=5&rid=6&gid=0&k2=1059.
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