L Sean Kennedy
liam at fedney.org
Mon May 8 20:14:38 UTC 2017
The "Peering Coordination Forum" is a dedicated session for peering or
interconnection discussions. It is a more formalized version of "peering
personals" which were part of the old peering BoF and are also featured at
GPF as well as other events. In other words if you are interested in
soliciting new peers you provide some basic information such as ASN,
Peering Policy, if caching is offered, and URL to peering policy or
solicitation request. NANOG is providing tables to approximately 25
organizations, will project the information provided on slides and table
locations, and you can conduct bi-lateral discussions. If you are
interested in peering with those networks, you find them in that forum.
There is also open meeting space with tables for the whole conference for
bi-lateral discussions between networks and organizations, plus the NANOG
board tasked the staff to evaluate tools for scheduling meetings for future
meetings. The Peering Coordination Forum is open for registration:
Mehmet has submitted a proposed agenda for the Interconnection track as,
which the NANOG Program Committee has to evaluate through its peer review
process. We received that submission today which is somewhat late in our
review cycle, so there will probably be more information after the PC meets
this Thursday, but it is not currently posted to the agenda. We will be
posting approved submissions and their associated time-slots to the agenda
Please note that we are holding a hackathon at NANOG 70 Sunday and the
"challenge" is o develop tools around Peering/Interconnection automation
and there will be a short tutorial on the same theme.
Sean (on behalf of the NANOG PC)
2017-05-08 14:35 GMT-04:00 John Kemp <kemp at network-services.uoregon.edu>:
> Scheduling question: I assume this is the slot on the agenda that say:
> "NANOG 70 Peering Coordination Forum"
> I'm not seeing it on the schedule. Has a lot been assigned?
> John Kemp
> On 4/17/17 6:03 AM, Bevan Slattery wrote:
> > Hi! Love the interconnection track. Great stuff. But I can't help but
> think limiting interconnection to the peering/IXP view seems to be looking
> at interconnection from the rear view mirror.
> > I just think that changing the track name from peering/IXP to
> "Interconnection" has the optionality to be a bit more looking forward.
> Interconnection in the network world is becoming more sophisticated and
> important than just old school peering (hearing the gasps of horror from
> the Nanog peering cabal at that statement) ;)
> > Cheers
> > [b]
> >> On 17 Apr 2017, at 9:52 pm, Mehmet Akcin <mehmet at akcin.net> wrote:
> >> Thank you very much for sending privately and publicly an overwhelming
> >> number of suggestions. I do appreciate you taking time and writing
> >> up in detail. I am doing my best with help of Greg H from PC to put
> >> thoughts on paper.
> >> It looks like there is a great interest to make this track focusing on
> >> tooling and automation as well as introductions of new game changing
> >> I would like to invite all new IXPs to come and talk about what they
> >> (ie denver-ix)
> >> I also would like to invite any existing IXPs to announce price
> >> to their services. This is the only update we will have time in this
> >> interconnection track. Unfortunately no graphs, other updates.
> >> Few questions, Seattle is beautiful in summer and I hope to have many of
> >> you in person in beautiful washington state, but for those who can't
> >> travel, should we record / live stream this session? (Historically we
> >> keep peering track off the grid... i believe)
> >> Would it be interesting to focus on peering challenges globally or
> >> focus on north america?
> >> Last but not least, If you have a tool you want to talk about in
> >> interconnection track that is directly involved with peering setup, etc.
> >> please do contact me offlist.
> >> Cheers! Looking forward to it.
> >>> On Sat, Apr 1, 2017 at 1:36 PM Mehmet Akcin <mehmet at akcin.net> wrote:
> >>> Hello,
> >>> As promised few months ago publically I have volunteered to bring
> >>> content to have Peering Track back to agenda. Now called
> >>> Track"
> >>> I would like to ask those who will attend, have attended in person in
> >>> past or those who have organized similar events to chime in and help
> >>> suggest topics to cover in this 90 min session.
> >>> I must say, Interconnection Track has been a major part if NANOG for
> >>> years. We have watched those who we consider as legends to discuss very
> >>> important topics there.
> >>> Please try to make your suggestion in order of importance for you as
> >>> as from community.
> >>> I can try to do my best with help of few folks to bring this track back
> >>> but you can help make it even better so please take a moment and send
> >>> your suggestions.
> >>> Thanks in advance!
> >>> Mehmet
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