The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) is a big part of our work here at Deploy360, and as usual we’ll be on hand for IETF 86 next week in Orlando. Dan York, Jan Zorz, and I will all be in Orlando all week long and look forward to talking with you about IPv6, DNSSEC, Secure Routing, and how we can help get more real-world deployments going.
IETF meetings bring together nearly 1,200 engineers, computer scientists, and academicians who are in the forefront of developing standards for the continuing expansion and robustness of the Internet.
We’ll be participating in several IPv6-, DNSSEC-, and Routing-related working groups, and we also usually keep tabs on several of the working groups and BoFs highlighted in the Internet Society’s Rough Guide to Hot Topics at IETF 86. There’s also the Internet Society briefing panel called “Content is King; How Do we Avoid Playing the Pauper?” Last we checked there were only a tiny number of seats left, so register now if you’d like to go.
As usual, the agenda offers a packed schedule and we’re looking forward to meeting up with people at the event. If you’d like to connect with us in Orlando, please feel free to send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, follow us on social media, or track us down onsite during the week.
See some of you there!