[afnog] Application deadline Extension : AIS 2013 ANNOUNCEMENT - English
nancy at ghana.com
Tue Jan 29 16:46:42 UTC 2013
Please note application deadline has been extended to 4th February 2013 and
Evaluation starts immediately.
No application will be accepted after this date.
All those making enquiries should therefore use this grace period to apply.
From: Nancy Dotse [mailto:nancy at ghana.com]
Sent: Monday, January 21, 2013 10:52 AM
To: afnog at afnog.org; afrigeek at psg.com
Subject: Final Reminder : AIS 2013 ANNOUNCEMENT - English
This is the final reminder that application deadline is 25 January 2013.
Interested participants should please apply
before the deadline.
From: afnog-bounces at afnog.org [mailto:afnog-bounces at afnog.org] On Behalf Of
Sent: Monday, January 07, 2013 12:29 PM
To: afnog at afnog.org; afrigeek at psg.com
Subject: [afnog] FW: Reminder : AIS 2013 ANNOUNCEMENT - English
Happy New Year to you all.
Please find a re-send of AIS 2013 (AfNOG / AFRINIC 2013) Announcement.
Deadline for submission is barely two weeks
away hence would encourage would-be applicants to apply as soon as possible.
Kindly send to local lists.
From: Nancy Dotse [mailto:nancy at ghana.com]
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2012 5:48 PM
To: <mailto:afnog at afnog.org> afnog at afnog.org, afrigeek at psg.com
Cc: nancy at ghana.com
Subject: AfNOG 2013 ANNOUNCEMENT - English
Please find below Announcement for AfNOG 2013. Kindly send to various lists.
Please note Deadline for receipt of Applications is 25 January, 2013.
AIS 2013 (AfNOG-14 and AfriNIC-18 Workshop & Meeting,s 9 - 21 June, 2013)
Africa Internet Summit (AIS) 2013, (formerly African Network Operators'
Group(AfNOG) and the African Network Information Centre (AfriNIC)
Workshop & Meetings) is pleased to announce that the 14th AfNOG Workshop &
Meeting and the AfriNIC-18 Meeting would be held in Lusaka, Zambia from 9th
21st June 2013. Every year, hundreds of Network Engineers from across the
IT industry in the Africa Continent and the world attend the AIS Event.
"While AIS fuels the rapid growth of Internet in Africa with trained
technical capacity, our content has been
determined by the needs of the community. In so doing AIS's output training
capacity has multiplied in the past decade
and the community flourished" Nii Quaynor.
About the Entire Event
AIS is organizing a two-week event that includes the AfNOG Workshop on
Network Technology (offering advanced training in a week-long hands-on
workshop), several full-day Advanced Tutorials, a one-day AfNOG Meeting, and
a three-day AfriNIC Meeting.
In addition, several side meetings and workshops will be hosted in
collaboration with other organizations.
Who Should Attend
Network engineers in the Africa region who wish to acquire the necessary
skills in IT must attend this Workshop.
The Local Hosts for the Event are Internet Service Providers Association of
Zambia (ISPAZ) and Zambia Information & Communications Authority (ZICTA)
Unix Boot Camp - 9 June 2013 (Sunday)
AfNOG Workshop - 10 - 14 June 2013 (Monday -
AfriNIC RIM (LIR) - 15 June 2013
Africa Internet Standards Wkshop - 15 June 2013 (Saturday)
AfriNIC IPv6 - 15 - 17 June 2013
(Saturday - Monday)
AfricaCERT Cybersecurity Day - 15 June 2013 (Saturday)
AfGWG - 15 June 2013
AfNOG Tutorials - 16 - 17 June 2013 (Sunday
AfREN Meeting / AAF - 17 June 2013 (Monday)
AfNOG -13 Meeting - 18 June 2013 (Tuesday)
AfOPS - 19 June 2013
Africa Internet Interconnection
& Traffic Exchange - 19 June, 2013
AfriNIC-18 Meeting - 20 - 21 June 2013
(Thursday to Friday)
Venue & Hotel
Venue & hotel for the event will be announced shortly.
AfNOG (See http://www.afnog.org/ ) is a forum for cooperation and the
exchange of technical information between operators of
Internet-connected networks in Africa. AfNOG has organized an event like
this one every year since 2000.
AfriNIC (See http://www.afrinic.net/ ) is a Regional Internet Registry
(RIR), responsible for Internet Number resources
Management in the Africa region. AfriNIC organizes two Public Policy
meetings twice every year.
AfNOG Workshop on Network Technology
The AfNOG Workshop on Network Technology aims to offer advanced training to
people who are in the process of developing and enhancing an
Internet-connected network with regional and international connectivity. The
target audience includes senior and mid-level technical staff of
commercial Internet Service providers (ISPs), academic networks, government
networks, or NGO networks.
This workshop builds on the experience of previous AfNOG workshops held
annually from 2000 to 2012 in thirteen different African countries, and
also the Internet Society's INET workshops, held annually from 1993 to 2000
at eight locations around the world. The workshop's instructors are an
international team with many years of experience operating large networks
and teaching about network operations.
The workshop is divided into Six parallel tracks as below:
. SS-E - Scalable Internet Services (in English), focused on the
design and operation of email, web, and other Internet services, in ways
that can scale to handle large numbers of end
. SI-E - Scalable Network Infrastructure (in English), focused
on the design and operation of networks using routers and switches,
in ways that can scale to handle large numbers of
. NM - Network Monitoring & Management (English)
. AR - Advanced Routing Techniques (English)
. CT - CERT Training (English)
. NM-F - Suivi et Gestion de Reseau (en francais), similar to
track NM-E, but given in French.
Workshop application information is at :
**Workshop Deadline - 25 January, 2013
AfREN / Africa Asia Forum
The Africa Research and Education Networking (AfREN) and Africa Asia Forum
community (AAF) will be holding a one day meeting on 17 June 2013. The
meeting will discuss issues of interest to the NREN community such as
coordination on activites in the region, advocacy, bandwidth
consortia,regional RENs etc.
Additional information on AfREN /AAF 2013 will be provided shortly.
AfNOG will offer 1 to 2 full-day(s) tutorials on advanced topics. Tutorials
take place in a classroom-style environment, and may include a hands-on
practical component. Tutorials are non-commercial in nature, and most are
technically oriented. They are intended to offer advanced training on
deployed or soon to be deployed on networking and related services
provisioning for ISP operations.
Additional information about AfNOG 2013 Tutorials will be available here
shortly: < http://www.afnog.org/afnog2013/tutorial/
AfricaCERT < Cybersecurity : what solution for the African Continent >
AfricaCERT is the African Computer Emergency Response Team. AfricaCERT
organizes training on CERT operations, advanced technical training and
AfricaCERT meetings provide a forum for collaboration and exchange for
Computer Emergency response Teams and interested parties to share best
information, tools, techniques, and strategies that address problems related
to cyber-security. Further information is available
14th AfNOG Meeting
The 14th AfNOG meeting will be held in Lusaka, Zambia 18 June 2013. AfNOG
conferences provide a forum for the coordination and dissemination of
technical information related to backbone/enterprise networking technologies
and operational practices. The meetings are informal, with an emphasis on
relevance to current and future African backbone engineering practices. The
AfNOG 2012 conference in Serekunda, Gambia drew over 206 participants,
mainly consisting of network engineering staff from national service
providers, and members of the research and education community.
Additional information on the Conference schedule will be available here
shortly: < http://www.afnog.org/afnog2013conference/
The AfriNIC-18 meeting will be held in Lusaka, Zambia for three days from
19 - 21 June, 2013. AfriNIC Meetings are open to everyone and provide an
excellent opportunity to take part in Internet policy discussions. These
policies, which describe how Internet Number Resources should be managed
and distributed, are developed by the community. The Event will include
tutorials, presentations, update on the various working groups and the
AfriNIC Public Policy Meeting. The three day meeting will be preceeded by a
two-day IPv6 training and IRM.
The meeting will focus on the IPv6 protocol and its deployment, especially
in Africa and the issue of the exhaustion of the IPv4 pool of address
space. There will
be an opportunity to discuss the challenges which our region faces with IPv4
address space exhaustion among others.
Further information will be available at http://www.afrinic.net/meeting/ .
African Internet Standard Workshop and Africa Internet Interconnection &
The Internet Society will be organizing an Africa Internet Standards
workshop & Africa Internet Interconnection & Traffic Exchange Workshop on
15th June 2013 and 19th June respectively in conjunction with the AfNOG 14
and AfriNIC 18 meetings in Lusaka, Zambia. The conference will discuss the
situation of Internet
Interconnection in Africa, the challenges as well as the solutions,
including Internet Exchange Points.
The meeting agenda will be available in due course.
Citizens of certain countries require a visa to enter Zambia. Please visit
this link to understand Visa requirements for nationals
travelling to Zambia.
You may also wish to check with the Zambian Embassy or Consulate in your
country for details.
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