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NANOG 61 Highlights

Our 61st NANOG meeting, hosted by NTT Communications, is  June 2-4, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue in Bellevue, WA.  Attendees will  find a great venue for informal meetings, conversations and a chance to meet with industry peers and leaders.  As always, NANOG is a great opportunity to freshen up skills, learn advanced networking techniques, and discover new applications, as well as discuss intriguing policy issues.  

NANOG will present two NANOG Education Series classes: Routing Fundamentals, and IPv6 Routing Fundamentals also at the Hyatt Regency, on Sunday, June 1.  There is an additional registration fee to attend the classes.

The NANOG Program Committee is dedicated to present attendees with quality presentations, track discussions, and tutorials with topics of great interest to the networking community.  A keynote address is planned along with the following topics

  • Macro Trends in Complexity and SDN by David Meyer

  • Ethernet VPN (EVPN) - Overlay Networks for Ethernet Services by Greg Hankins

  • Who's Looking? by Geoff Huston

  • 464XLAT: Breaking Free of IPv4 by Cameron Byrne

  • Town Hall Discussion with Len Bosack

  • Toward an Atlas of the Physical Internet by Ram Durairajan and Paul Barford

  • Internet Governance Update by John Curran

  • Annual Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report by Gary Sockrider

  • An Overview of Energy Efficient Ethernet by Michael J Bennett

  • Tracks

    • - Security
    • - DNS
    • - Datacenter
    • - Research and Education
    • - Peering

                        

 

 

                                   

 

 

            

 

Connectivity for the event will be provided by NTT Communications with dark fiber help from Comcast and Spectrum Networks.

In addition to our Host, Connectivity and Premium Sponsors, we would like to thank our Individual Meeting Sponsors participating in NANOG 61: 6 Wind, A10 Networks, ADVA Optical Networking, Alcatel Lucent, Amazon, Approved Optics, Arbor Networks, ARIN, Arista Networks, Avaya Networks, BTI Systems, Ciena, Cisco Systems, Centeris, Cologix, Deepfield, Dyn, Facebook , Finisar, GDT, GoDaddy, Guavus, iMiller Public Relations, Infinera, Integra Networks, Juniper Networks, Level 4 Hardware, LinkedIn, Microsoft, MRV, Myriad Supply, Merit, NTT AT, Open Gear, OSI Hardware, PCCW Global, RADWARE, RagingWire, Spectrum, Tail-f, Telstra, Transmode, Unite Private Network, XKL.

If this is your first NANOG meeting, you are encouraged to attend the Newcomers’ Lunch on Monday, June 2, 2014.  A number of operators and members of the NANOG community will be on-hand to share their experience and help you in getting to know the group. 

During the registration process, you will be subscribed to [email protected] to help facilitate NANOG 61 conversations.

By becoming a member of NANOG you are entitled to vote in Board elections, enjoy reduced attendance fees and partake in a Members Breakfast on Tuesday, June 3.  Closer to NANOG 61, an agenda for the Members meeting will be sent to the members email list.

 

 

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