[dns-operations] TechDay - Call for Participation ICANN 55 Marrakesh
jacques.latour at cira.ca
Mon Jan 4 16:58:15 UTC 2016
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> From: cctldcommunity-bounces at cctld-managers.org [mailto:cctldcommunity-
> bounces at cctld-managers.org] On Behalf Of Dr Eberhard W Lisse
> Sent: January-03-16 10:11 AM
> To: ccnso-techwg at icann.org; kimberly.carlson at icann.org
> Cc: ccnso-members at icann.org; gtld-tech at icann.org; AfrICANN list;
> cctldworld at icann.org; cctldcommunity at cctld-managers.org; Patrick Jones
> Subject: [ccTLDcommunity] Call for Participation ICANN 55 Marrakesh
> Call for Participation
> at ICANN 55
> in Marrakesh, Morocco
> The ICANN Tech Working Group is again planning a technical workshop at the
> ICANN 55 meeting on 07 March 2016 in Marrakesh, Morocco.
> The TechDay Workshop has been a part of ICANN meetings for several years
> and has provided a forum for both experienced and new people to meet,
> present and discuss technical topics related to registry and DNS work and
> For reference, the most recent session was held at the ICANN meeting in
> Dublin, Ireland on 19 October 2015. The presentations and transcripts are
> available at:
> We are specially interested in:
> 1. Registration information accuracy panel
> For this panel, we are interested in presentations relating to registry contact
> data cleanup, address validation, malicious registration data verification,
> batch and/or real-time validation.
> We would like, in particular, to see solutions leveraging Open Source, Open
> Data or Open Research in order to make them available to a wider audience.
> 2. Next Generation DNS Infrastructure Panel:
> For this panel we are seeking presentations from next generation DNS
> infrastructure platform implementers.
> We are looking presentation on DNS Anycast platform that are small
> footprint, low cost, highly performant and scalable. We are particularly
> interested in presentations on DNS infrastructure that use an innovative
> approach to deliver new breakthroughs in either footprint, cost, performance
> or scalability.
> We are interested in understanding how provisioning is performed, detailed
> hardware and software routing architecture, logging, monitoring, packet
> capture, multi-tenancy, performance metrics.
> 3. In addition, we welcome suggestions for additional topics, such as;
> * Registry, EPP, RDAP initiatives
> * Big Data & associated data analysis
> * IETF DNS protocol updates
> * Registry security
> 4. And, as usual we shall invite a host presentation.
> If you are interested in participating, please email one or all of
> el at lisse.NA
> ondrej.filip at nic.cz
> jacques.latour at cira.ca
> kimberly.carlson at icann.org
> preferably by 2016-01-17.
> We hope that you can join us and request that you disseminate this Request
> to other lists where it might of of interest.
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