Network Operator Groups (NOGs) are forums held either annually or bi-annually for Internet operators and builders from the region and worldwide to meet to discuss core operational issues, share information about new technologies and best current practices and build capacity.
NOGs provide an important role in the Internet community as they enable Internet infrastructure stability, security, and network coherence and further, facilitate better Internet accessibility for the community. They are open to all, including women and students, and are attended by various stakeholders including representatives of ISPs, telcos, mobile operators, CDNs, academia, and governments and cloud, enterprise, and financial organizations.
Topics usually revolve around network interactions and operator collaboration in each economy or region and include IPv6, the DNS, network security, peering, routing, and so forth.
On behalf of its Members, APNIC actively engages with NOGs in the region by:
- Providing financial support through sponsorship
- Contributing to the NOG fellowship program
- Presenting best current practices and sharing deployment experience
- Conducting hands-on workshops on IPv6, routing, network security, IPv4/IPv6 BGP, and so forth
- Supporting capacity development to build both practical skills and reliable Internet infrastructure
NOGs in the region
These are the NOGs currently active in the Asia Pacific region. Some of these are established by APNIC as requested by its Members and the community. If you are interested in setting up a NOG in your economy and require APNIC support, please contact us.
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