AIS (African Internet Summit Africa) Lusaka, Zambia. Jun 9-21 2013 Network Monitoring and Management Workshop (English) Network Monitoring and Management Workshop (French) Introduction to Linux/UNIX and Networking (1/2 day)
The 7th AfNOG Chix - Unix System Administration Workshop, Dakar, Sénégal (21-25 Oct 2013). Over 20 women Network Engineers attended this course on UNIX Systems Administration. Participants are from Universities & Research Institutions, Government and Civil Society.
ZAMREN 2013 Tutorial and Direct Engineering Assistance Tutorial Dates: June 16-17, 2013 DEA Dates: June 18-22, 2013. Lusaka, Zambia Host: ZAMREN (UbuntuNet Alliance)
DNSSEC (The Domain Name System Security Extensions) workshop, June 7-9, 2013 - Bangkok - Thailand. This DNSSEC workshop was organised as part of the 25th anniversary celebrations of the .th domain. Held in Bangkok and taught by Olaf Kolkman and Andy Linton, it was well attended with participants from a wide range of industries such as banking, education, government and telecommunications. A number of participants indicated that the workshop had helped them with their plans to deploy DNSSEC in their organisation.
UbuntuNet Alliance Train the Trainer Workshop in Kigali, Rwanda 9-13 November 2013 The Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC) and the UbuntuNet Alliance teamed up to create a network training group in Kigali, Rwanda for expanding technical expertise within the Alliance. The goal is to enhance local technical expertise to support the current rapid build-out of research and education networks (RENs) in the region. Participants from ten of the Alliance's member National Research and Education Networks (NRENs) developed network training objectives, course planning skills, teaching materials, and learned about managing virtualized training platforms so they can provide local training courses within their respective communities. Thanks to Google, the US National Science Foundation, O'Reilly Media, Liquid Telecom, the International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications (INASP) and DANTE (Delivery of Advanced Network Technology to Europe) for support of this activity.
PacNOG 13. The Pacific Network Operators Group 13th meeting and workshops took place in Nuku'alofa, Tonga and will run through July 5th. The NSRC is teaching a workshop on TCP/IP Fundamentals and Linux System Administration at this event with Dean Pemberton and Jon Brewer.
Dates: April 15-19 (Monday-Friday), 2013 Location: Pretoria, South Africa Venue: Tshwane University of Technology The Tertiary Education and Research Network of South Africa and the Network Startup Resource Center taught two concurrent five-day workshops with engineers from around the region. The first track focused on campus network design and security, while the second track covered Linux system administration and IP services.
In conjunction with the Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) and the NSRC a team of engineers from the International Centre for Theoretical Physical helped deploy a TV White Spaces trial in Malawi. More photos are available at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/zennaro/sets/72157635799165386/
El propósito de estos talleres, que se vienen realizando desde hace más de veinte años, es el de contribuir a satisfacer las necesidades de capacitación de técnicos y profesionales provenientes de países de América Latina y del Caribe, en el área de las tecnologías de información y comunicación, con énfasis en el aspecto práctico de las redes, en la organización y administración de proyectos en TIC y en los desarrollos tecnológicos recientes en estos campos. El vento paso entre el 14 y 18 de Octubre, 2013 en la Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería (UNI) en Managua, Nicaragua.
NSRC/intERLab AIT Network Monitoring and Management Workshop Dates: November 25-29 Location: Bangkok, Thailand Host: AIT Venue: AIT Five day hands-on technical workshop focused on Network Monitoring and Management at Asia Institute of Technology in Bangkok. Several days of local, direct engineering assistance will take place in conjunction with this event from November 25-29.
A five day hands-on technical workshop focused on Campus Network Design and Network Monitoring and Management towards a National Research and Education Network in Myanmar from March 4-8, 2013. NSRC worked with 36 computer science and engineering faculty members from 21 different universities in Myanmar to provide training about how to design and build campus networks. The one-week program emphasized current best practices using layer 2 switches and layer 3 routers, as well as network security, and open source network management tools. The overarching goal of this event was to help strengthen the human network of the research and education community in developing national and regional cyberinfrastructure. Photos by Amanda Thomsen (http://www.amandathomsen.com/) for Network Startup Resource Center.
Advanced Routing Workshop NREN Design and Peering Dates: April 8-11, 2013 Location: Kampala, Uganda Host: UbuntuNet Alliance Venue: Metropole Hotel Four-day hands-on technical workshop focused on peering design and routing techniques for Research Education Networks (RENs).