From October 19 to 22 LACNOG 2010, LACNIC XIV and the PTT Fórum 2010 will share a joint four-day event in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The Forum of Network Operators of Latin America and the Caribbean will be held for the first time during these days. This forum is aimed at the discussion and exchange of technical information related to network infrastructure and promotes the debate on issues of technical implementation and operational practices among the community members. The event is supported and organized by: ISOC, NIC.br, CGI.br, LACNIC and CLARA.
The Forum is complemented by a mailing list for the dissemination of knowledge and information exchange related directly to the operation of networks (https://mail.lacnic.net/mailman/listinfo/lacnog)
Details on the LACNOG 2010 agenda will be posted shortly.
LACNIC XIV will be the second LACNIC event in 2010, which includes the Public Policy Forum, a report on LACNIC´s activities as well as presentations and debates on technical aspects relating to the development and stability of the Internet in the region.
Details about the agenda of LACNIC XIV will be posted shortly.
This will be the 4th edition of the PTT Forum, an event sponsored by CEPTRO.br, the Center for Studies and Research in Networking Technologies and operations of NIC.br (Center of Information and Coordination of .BR), with the support of CGI.br (the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee), with the aim of discussing the problems of Internet infrastructure in the country and its possible solutions.
The PTT Forum will offer technical tutorials that will present best practices for the Autonomous Systems Numbers in fields such as IPv6, Security, DNS and Routing. There will also be presentations of cases, lectures and discussions on issues relating to Internet infrastructure in Brazil.
All the Brazilian Autonomous Systems are invited to participate.
The workshop will be held in the NIC.br offices in Sao Paolo from October 13th to 16th from 9 to 18 hrs, and from 9 to 14:30 hrs on October 18th. It will cover a total of 36 hours with lab exercises and theory.