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Participating at ARIN 31 and CaribNOG in Barbados Next Week

Screen Shot 2013-04-15 at 12.17.29 PMNext week I’ll be in Barbados for ARIN 31 and CaribNOG 5.

On Tuesday, 23 April, I’ll be describing Deploy360 to ARIN 31 attendees. In addition to explaining the Programme and increasing awareness of what we’re doing here with IPv6, DNSSEC, and Routing, I hope to solicit feedback on what else people in the ARIN region (the U.S., Canada, and parts of the Caribbean) need to start, continue, or finish deploying these technologies on their own networks, and solicit some case studies or other helpful information from the people who have already done it.

Registration for ARIN 31 is still open, and remote participation is available for the entire event so you can watch from home.

Then, on Thursday, 25 April, I’ll channel my inner Jan Žorž and present our efforts to create a global repository for Best Current Operational Practices.

From the abstract:

Once [Internet] standards are finalized, we have also observed a need for an organized, global repository of documents that describe best current operational practices. These documents should be written by operators across the globe who have already deployed these new and emerging technologies (IPv6, DNSSEC, RPKI, etc.). The Internet Society is developing this public resource and promoting best current operational practices to and from all network operator communities around the world.

Registration is also open for CaribNOG 5. I’ll share remote participation as it becomes available.

If you’ll be in Barbados next week for either event, please stop me and say hello!