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Deploy360 16 November 2017

One Week to IPv6, Routing Security, and More at ION Belgrade

By Megan KruseFormer Director, Advocacy and Communications

One week from today, we’ll be at ION Belgrade! Our last event of the year take place on Thursday, 23 November 2017, alongside the 3rd Republic of Serbia Network Operators’ Group (RSNOG).

As always, ION Conferences bring network engineers and leading industry experts together to discuss emerging technologies and hot technology topics. Early adopters provide valuable insight into their own deployment experiences and bring participants up to speed on new standards emerging from the IETF.


The half-day agenda and all our great speakers for ION Belgrade will make this a great event. Here’s a quick look at the day:

  • Opening Remarks
  • Welcome from the ISOC Serbia Chapter
  • MANRS, Routing Security, and Collaboration
  • NAT64check
  • What’s Happening at the IETF? Internet Standards and How to Get Involved
  • Panel Discussion: IPv6 Success Stories
  • Closing Remarks


ION Belgrade registration is open! Learn more about our co-host on the RSNOG main page.


RSNOG will be live streaming the ION in the morning and RSNOG in the afternoon. The stream will be embedded on the conference main page, right above the agenda, here (Serbian) and here (English).

IPv6 Tutorial

Jordi Palet Martinez will conduct an IPv6 training session the day before the ION. If you’d like to attend, there are still a few seats open. Register here for the event.

Our Sponsor

We would also like to once again thank Afilias for supporting the ION Conference series!

Join Us

Will you be in Belgrade next week for RSNOG and the ION? Please be sure to let us know! Contact us and use the hashtag #IONConf on social media.

We can’t wait to see you in Belgrade as we continue to share real-world deployment experiences and work to better understand your needs to get things like IPv6, DNSSEC, TLS, and secure routing deployed.

Disclaimer: Viewpoints expressed in this post are those of the author and may or may not reflect official Internet Society positions.

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