Network Operator Groups (NOGs) are vital to the ongoing stability, security and growth of the Internet. NOGs are informal gatherings of network operators, network engineers and other technical professionals who come together to discuss matters relating to routing, network security, peering and interconnection, and other operational Internet issues. NOGs are operated by community volunteers.
While NOG events are generally structured around sharing relevant technical information, they also provide training and other skills development opportunities.
APNIC is a proud supporter of NOGs in the Asia Pacific. If you want to find out more about the NOG (or in some cases, NOGs!) in your economy, please visit their websites, social media, or mailing lists below.
|Pacific Islands (Regional)
|Papua New Guinea
|South Asia (Regional)
* Please note that AusNOG is not participating in the Networking from Home initiative.