The North American Network Operator’s Group (NANOG) and the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) have once again joined forces to offer ARIN+NANOG ‘On the Road’, a one-day, free to attend educational program taking place Tuesday, February 25 from 10 AM to 6:30 PM at San Diego’s Handlery Hotel & Resort.
Launched in 2013 by NANOG, ‘On The Road’ regional events cover current NANOG content, encompassing everything from technical services, the status of IPv6 adoption, current registry policy, to developments and hot topics in Internet governance. Last year’s session attracted over 100 attendees. 2014’s first ‘On the Road’ event will feature various professional educational sessions and networking opportunities, providing attendees greater access to resources, information and tools that will help them manage the Internet more effectively.
The ARIN+NANOG ‘On the Road’ morning agenda is comprised of sessions presented by ARIN about Internet number resource management including IPv4 transfers and IPv6 adoption, as well as current ARIN policy developments. The afternoon program includes tutorials from ARIN on RPKI and NANOG on IPv6, BGP, traceroutes and network security, as well as best current operational practices. NANOG will also host a session on its role in the network operator community. Furthermore, attendees will be given a chance to speak one-on-one with members of the NANOG Board, the Program Committee, and staff members through an interactive Q&A session. The afternoon will conclude with two drawings for $100 Amazon gift cards (for those who completed an event survey) as well as a networking happy hour.
To register for ARIN+NANOG ‘On the Road’, visit www.nanog.org/meetings/road2/home.
NANOG is a non-profit, engineering, educational, and operational forum for coordination of network operations in North America. Learn more about NANOG and its regular meetings and events by visiting www.nanog.org.