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Deploy360 10 January 2012

ISC Offers Free Webinar Jan 11 on Inline Signing for DNSSEC Using BIND

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Online Content

IsclogoIf you use BIND as your DNS server, the folks at Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) have let us know that BIND 9.9 will have a “inline signing” feature that has been requested by many operators to help with their DNSSEC deployment. ISC is offering a free webinar tomorrow, January 11, 2012, to talk about this new capability:

Learn about BIND’s new major feature to help with DNSSEC’s deployment – Inline Signing. Larissa Shapiro, Product Manager and Michael Graff BIND 9 Engineering Manager will be hosting this webinar. If you are seeking to deploy DNSSEC or seeking to simplify an existing deployment, Inline Signing can offer it to you. Inline Signing is mechanism allowing total automation of DNSSEC zone signing by your properly configured BIND server.

More information and registration is available on ISC’s webinar page. They are presenting the session three times tomorrow and indicated to us that they will also be recording it for later viewing.

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