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NANOG 62 Highlights

Our 62nd NANOG meeting, hosted by EdgeConnex, will be held on October 6 - 8, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore. Baltimore is the largest city in the state of Maryland and the 26th largest city in the country, and will serve as a great destination for attendees.  NANOG meetings provide a great opportunity to freshen up skills, learn advanced networking techniques, discover new applications, as well as discuss intriguing policy issues. In addition to the NANOG Program, the meeting venue provides ample space for informal meetings, conversations, and a chance to meet with industry peers and leaders.

NANOG will present two NANOG Education Series classes: Routing Fundamentals, and IPv6 Routing Fundamentals also at the Hyatt Regency, on Sunday, October 5.  For all NANOG Members in good standing for the past 12 months, the Education Series registration fee will be waived for the first five (5) Members that register for classes being offered at each Education Class.  Offered on a first-come, first-served basis, any Members wishing to participate in the Class after these seats are reserved will be able to register at the published discounted rate of $275 from the standard $300 class fee for non-members.

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.  The following topics are confirmed:

  • YANG Tutorials
  • Measuring In-Flight Packet Header Modification on the Internet
  • NetAssay: Flow Filtering based on Network Principles
  • Adventures in RPKI (non) Deployment
  • Detecting and Quantifying IPv6-based SMTP Abuse
  • Desert Oasis: Burning Man Network Provisioning
  • Internet Multicast: It's Still a Thing
  • Submarine Cables, Network Oversupply, and the Inexorable Decline of IP Transit Prices
  • Why Network Operators Need to Engage at ICANN
  • Exposing Malicious ASes Using Control Plane Data
  • Project Turris - Auto-Updating Open-Source SOHO Router
  • NANOG Community Meeting - NANOG Board Candidate and By-Law Change presentations
  • Tracks
    • - ARIN Public Policy
    • - NANOG Best Current Operational Practices
    • - Security
    • - Peering

NANOG Sponsored Events provide an opportunity for the social networking that NANOG is famous for.  

If arriving early, plan to join NANOGers at the evening social sponsored by Netflix on Sunday, October 5 at 7:00 p.m. aboard the USS Constellation. Our NANOG 62 host EdgeConneX, together with XO Communications, is sponsoring the Monday evening social from 6:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. at the Maryland Science Center.

The featured Beer n' Gear will take place on Tuesday, followed by a social hosted by DE-CIX and CoreSite from 8:15 p.m. to 11:15 p.m. on the 15th Floor of the Hyatt Regency Baltimore.

To complete a successful NANOG and to kick-off ARIN 34, ARIN and Comcast will host an offsite social from 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. at the American Visionary Art Museum.

We are pleased to have returning and new Premium Sponsors.

                                                    

 

 

              

 

 

        

 

Connectivity for the event will be provided by Comcast.

In addition to our Host, Connectivity, and Premium Sponsors (Sponsorship which offers the sponsors recognition over 3-consecutive meetings), we would like to thank our Individual Meeting Sponsors participating in NANOG 62: A10 Networks, ADVA Optical Networking, Alcatel Lucent, Allied Fiber, Approved Optical, ARIN, Brocade, BTI Systems, Carpathia, Cisco Systems, Coresite, DE-CIX, Digital Realty, Dyn, Facebook, GDT, GoDaddy, Hilco Streambank, Huawei, IMiller Public Relations, Inerail, Infinera, IntegraOptics, ISC, Juniper Networks, Level 4 Hardware, Limelight, Linkedin, Markley Group, Metaswitch Networks, Myriad Supply, Nominum, NTT Communications, OSI Hardware, Radware, RagingWire, Salesforce, ServerCentral, TeliaSonera, Telstra, XKL, XO Communications.

If this is your first NANOG meeting, you are encouraged to attend the Newcomers’ Lunch on Monday, October 6, 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 62 conversations.

By becoming a member of NANOG you are entitled to vote in the 2014 Board of Directors Elections, enjoy reduced attendance fees and partake in a Members Breakfast on Tuesday, October 7.  Closer to NANOG 62, an agenda for the Members meeting will be sent to the members email list.  

If you are not a member, consider joining now!

 

 

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