NANOG 85 will take place on 6 to 8 Jun in Montréal, Québec and online.
Dedicated to the people in the tech community it is traditionally held in major cities across North America. Every year it gathers over 1,500 individuals in multiple facets of network engineering, operations, and architecture for a discussion about various topics related to global network technologies, the internet, and how we can make sure it says open and secure, as well as network connectivity, interconnection, and its architecture, and all the things essential to it, from optical and transmission technologies to internet governance.
Major themes throughout the conference will be: IPv6 (this year marks 10th anniversary of World IPv6 Launch Day), keeping Ukraine Connected, ARIN update, BGP Flowspec (tool for permitting operators to mitigate DDoS attacks), and many more.
This year NANOG (The North American Network Operators’ Group) will be hosting the Peering Coordination Forum, a 90-minute session taking place on June 6, providing a great opportunity for further networking and business showcasing.
For more information, please visit the official website.