It’s that time of year again, and the 64th meeting of NANOG is gearing up to start this June 1st through 3rd in San Francisco, CA! Hosted at the Westin St. Francis San Francisco, we look forward to seeing networking professionals, experts, and friends this next week. Staminus is proudly attending this year, with our own CEO Matt Mahvi presenting at the Security Track on Tuesday, June 2nd. Covering DDoS as it appears in media today and what we can expect out of it in the coming year, the presentation will feature our most recent data spanning the thousands of attacks we sustain weekly, as well as what we do here at Staminus to keep on top of the scaling problem of denial-of-service. You can sit down with us for the full coverage in Tower Salon A, or check out the NANOG YouTube for live streaming of the conference.
About NANOG: The North American Network Operators Group or NANOG, is the professional association for Internet engineering and architecture. Their core focus is on the technologies and systems that make the Internet function: core routing and switching; Internet inter-domain routing; the domain name system; peering and interconnection; and Internet core security. They also cover associated areas with a direct impact on Internet architecture such as data centers and optical networking.
We will also be hosting one of the breaks on Wednesday at 4pm in the Italian Room. Swing by the Staminus table for some info, to meet our team, and for some fun swag! We’re looking forward to seeing everyone there. Want to schedule a formal meeting? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and speak with one of our team members to arrange a time.