11-18 January, 2011, Colombo, Sri Lanka
4 January 2010 : Fellowship 2nd Round
28 December, 2010: Program Updated
20 December 2010:Fellowship Results Published
17 December 2010: Registration Open
17 December 2010: Accommodation Details now Available
14 December 2010: Speaker Bios
14 December 2010: Workshop Details Now Available
14 December 2010: Program updated
25 October 2010: Venue updated
20 October 2010: Fellowship Application Open
25 October 2010 : Call for Papers Released
SANOG 17 Keynote Speaker
Harish Pillay : Virtualization and Internet:
About challenges to Network Operators with the increasing virtualization of services on single hardware platforms.
Harish Pillay has been in the computer industry since 1982 having built his first computer, a 6502-based machine in 1980. He is currently employed as the Chief Technology Architect of Red Hat Asia Pacific based in Singapore. Harish helped found the Linux Users' Group (Singapore) in 1993 and continues to be an active advocate of FOSS in Singapore and Asia in general. Harish holds a BS in Computer Science and a MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering, both from Oregon State University. He is a senior member of the Singapore Computer Society and a long-standing member of the IEEE. When he is not tinkering with technology, he spends his time with his wife and two sons, and is an active member of the Seletar Hash House Harriers "a drinking club with a running problem".
The venue for SANOG 17 is Colombo, Sri Lanka. The meeting will be hosted by the Lanka Education and Research Network (LEARN). SANOG will be hosted for the third time in Colombo.
The Lanka Education And Research Network is the NREN (National Research and Education Network) of Sri Lanka, which interconnects Educational and Research institutions across the country. It is an advanced network supporting IPv6 and multicast.