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Deploy360 11 February 2015

Watch Live NOW – DNSSEC Workshop From ICANN52 In Singapore

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Online Content

ICANN 52 - SingaporeWhat is happening with DNSSEC in the Asia-Pacific region? What are DNSSEC and DANE all about, anyway? What challenges are large DNS operators encountering when deploying DNSSEC?

As I mentioned last week,  all these questions are being discussed TODAY (in fact right now) at the DNSSEC Workshop at ICANN 52 in Singapore.  You can watch and listen live at:

http://singapore52.icann.org/en/schedule/wed-dnssec

You can also download the slides that will be presented today.  As you look at the agenda, please note that all times are Singapore Time which is UTC+8. (So, for instance, the 8:30 am SGT start time of the DNSSEC Workshop on Wednesday, 11 Feb, will be 1:30am Wednesday in Central European Time and 7:30pm Tuesday evening in US Eastern time.)   Here is a view from the room today:

ICANN DNSSEC Workshop

The sessions for today will be:

  1. Introduction and DNSSEC Deployment Around the World
  2. DNSSEC Deployment in the Asia Region
  3. 10th Anniversary of DNSSEC Workshops
  4. Reverse DNS and DNSSEC in Japan
  5. ccTLD Deployment Experiences
  6. The Operational Realities of Running DNSSEC
  7. When Unexpected DNSSEC Events Occur
  8. DNSSEC and DNS Operators

As a member of the Program Committee, I am very pleased with the presentations and speakers we have and I’m very much looking forward to the event. The last panel, in particular, is of interest to me as it will involve a number of DNS operators, including CloudFlare, talking about challenges they have encountered while rolling out large-scale DNSSEC and looking to identify solutions within the community. It should be a very interesting session. I also always enjoy the DNSSEC case studies from the regional panels.

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