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NANOG 63 Highlights

Our 63rd NANOG meeting, hosted by CryusOne, is February 2-4, 2015 in San Antonio, Texas,  the seventh most populous city in the US and the second most populous city in the state of Texas. This will be NANOG’s first visit to San Antonio and the second time CyrusOne has hosted a NANOG meeting.

The meeting will take place at the Marriott Rivercenter Hotel, where NANOG attendees will be provided a great opportunity to freshen up skills, learn advanced networking techniques, discover new applications, as well as discuss intriguing policy issues. In addition, the meeting venue provides ample space for the famous NANOG informal meetings, conversations, and a chance to meet with industry peers and leaders is made possible.

The NANOG Program Committee is dedicated to present attendees with quality presentations, track discussions, and tutorials.  The program will include presentations that cover technology already deployed or soon-to-be deployed in the Internet.  The following topics are confirmed:

  • Selective Blackholing - How to use and Deploy

  • Beyond the Range of the Moment:  Ethical Response to Cybercrime

  • Ring AQA:  Blazing Fast Partial Outage Detection (free!)

  • Public Policy Approaches to IPv4-IPv6 Transition

  • ISP Interconnection and its Impact on Consumer Internet Performance

  • Tracks

  • ARIN Public Policy
  • NANOG Best Current Operational Practices
  • Security
  • Peering


In addition, the Program Committee is securing a Key-Note address for Monday morning, and a number of additional submissions are under review.

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

NANOG 63 Host, CyrusOne is planning an exciting social for Monday evening, beginning at 6:45.

The featured Beer ‘n Gear will take place on Tuesday, following the NANOG program.

We are pleased to have returning and new Premium Sponsors. 








Connectivity for the event will be provided by AT&T Communications.

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 63:

A10 Networks, ADVA Optical Networks, Allied Fiber, Alcatel-Lucent, Anritsu, Approved Optics, ARIN, Brocade, BTI Systems, Ciena, Cisco, Corero, DE-CIX, DYN, ECI Telecom, EdgeConneX, Anritsu, GDT, Hilco Streambank, iMiller Public Relations, Infinera, Infosim, IntegraOptics, Internet Systems Consortium, Juniper, Level 4 Hardware, LightRiver Technologies, Metaswitch Networks, Myriad Supply, Netflix, OpenGear, Open-IX, OSI Hardware, Packet Design, Pica8, Radware, RagingWire Data Centers, ServerCentral, TeliaSonera International Carrier, Telstra, Unite Private Networks, XKL, ZenFi Networks

If this is your first NANOG meeting, you are encouraged to attend the Newcomers’ Lunch on Monday, February 2, 2015.  A number of operators and members of the NANOG Board and Program Committee will be on-hand to share their experience and help you in getting to know the NANOG community and to get the most out of your meeting experience.

During the registration process, you will be subscribed to [email protected] to help facilitate NANOG 63 conversations.

By becoming a member of NANOG you are also invited to the Members Breakfast on Tuesday.  You will be provided an opportunity to interact with the NANOG Board and other members committed to guiding NANOG into the future.

If you are not a member, consider joining now!



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