Don’t Miss Friday’s Webinar
Register TODAY for Network Automation Panel Discussion
Don’t miss an incredible opportunity to join industry leaders for an intimate conversation revealing pro insider information highlighting a future in Network Automation.
Agenda will include:
• Advantages/challenges of Network Automation
• How to prepare for a career in Network Automation
Date + Time: Friday, December 10, 11am - 12pm PDT / 2pm - 3pm EDT
Kat Ronay, Network Acquisition Specialist, Microsoft
Michael Costello, Director of Engineering, Netflix
Ying Zhang, Senior Engineering Manager, Facebook
Matt Turner Network Manager, Qualcomm, Inc.
Zoe Blevins, Senior Software Engineer, Netflix
We Are Headed Back to Austin!
NANOG 84 will Take Place Feb. 14 - 16
The boots, the scootin’ + the boogie combined with the power of knowledge, networking + unlimited possibilities.
Check out this throwback from NANOG 77 from the last time we hit the vibrant streets of Austin, TX. Austin heralds as an outstanding destination for live music, food, flavorful culture, and friendly locals.
We are headed back to Austin this February for another incredible three days of programming. Whether from home or in person, join us for an event not to miss, NANOG 84.
Take a further walk down memory lane, by visiting our NANOG 77 photo album
Reminder for Presentation Submissions
Transform your Research, Ideas + Best practices into a Talk
Your expertise can inspire an entire generation of engineers. Help us improve the digital world, one engineer at a time. NANOG is accepting presentation submissions for NANOG 84.
Talks we are looking for:
Insights from an operational perspective
Updates from sister NOGs and RIRs around the globe
The deadline to submit a talk with draft slides is January 10, 2022.
Internet Society Survey: Share Your Feedback on 2022 Priorities
The Internet Society is conducting a community interest survey regarding priorities for the next year.
To understand how your efforts help transform the “Internet ecosystem”, the Internet Society is working to develop indicators on contributions to local Internet development.
The survey can take between 5 and 10 minutes, depending on the number of activities you include.