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The NSRC cultivates collaboration among a community of peers to build and improve a global Internet that benefits all parties. We facilitate the growth of sustainable Internet infrastructure via technical training and engineering assistance to enrich the network of networks. Our goal is to connect people.
The NSRC cultivates collaboration among a community of peers to build and improve a global Internet that benefits all parties. We facilitate the growth of sustainable Internet infrastructure via technical training and engineering assistance to enrich the network of networks. Our goal is to connect people.

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In partnership with the US Department of Energy's Energy Science Network (ESnet) the NSRC has helped to produce a series of training videos explaining how to deploy and use the perfSONAR network measurement tools. You can read about this effort in detail by going to:

http://es.net/news-and-publications/esnet-news/2016/new-training-videos-leverage-esnet-s-expertise-to-improve-network-performance-around-the-world/

and you can view the video series at https://learn.nsrc.org/perfsonar

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From June 6-10 a team of NSRC contractors (Brian Candler, Mike Jager, Dean Pemberton and Philip Smith) worked with the University of Computer Studies in Yangon (UCSY), Myanmar and conjunction with the TEIN*CC project as co-sponsor to provide a workshop to the Myanmar REN (mmREN) on Network Design and Operations. After the workshop, the team worked with UCSY staff to configure equipment donated by the NSRC and to help instrument the network using tools from the workshop. More information is available at:

https://nsrc.org/workshops/2016/nsrc-tein-mmren/
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2016-06-13
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NSRC staff, contractors and volunteers assisted with teaching (Network Monitoring and Mangement, Scalable System Services, Advanced Registry Operations) and providing support at the recently concluded 2016 AfNOG, AIS and AfTLD meetings and workshops held in Gaborone, Botswana from May 29 through June 10. You see more information at:
https://afnog.org/
https://internetsummitafrica.org/
https://nsrc.org/workshops/2016/afnog-nme/
https://nsrc.org/workshops/2016/afnog-nmf/
https://nsrc.org/workshops/2016/aftld-aroc/
https://photos.nsrc.org/index.php/2016/AIS2016
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2016-06-13
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The Fundación Escuela Latinoamericana de Redes (EsLaRed) held their annual workshops for Latin America and the Caribbean (WALC) in San Carlos, Costa Rica during November 2015. As part of these workshops NSRC has created a video about WALC and its efforts for technical capacity building in the region over the past 23 years 

La Fundación Escuela Latinoamericana de Redes (EsLaRed) hizo sus talleres anuales para América Latina y el Caribe (WALC) durante Noviembre del 2015 en San Carlos, Costa Rica. Como parte de estos talleres NSRC ha creado un video sobre WALC y sus esfuerzos de mejorar la capacidad técnica en el region durante los últimos 23 años:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTkWGpBdvZk&hl=en&cc_lang_pref=en&

The video is in Spanish and is available with both Spanish and English subtitles / El vídeo esta en Español y esta disponible con subtítulos en Español y Inglés.

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In 2015, the Network Startup Resource Center conducted nearly one hundred field activities in dozens of countries to help advance local network engineering expertise and Internet infrastructure.

Through partnerships with local groups in Africa, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and the Middle East to deliver technical training courses, provide direct engineering assistance, and fund conference fellowships, NSRC programs brought together thousands of network engineers and Internet developers across the world.

The NSRC team looks forward to working with our many peers and colleagues to connect more people and enrich the global Internet in the coming year ahead.


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This past week the NSRC in conjunction with the TEIN*CC (http://www.teincc.org/) and the Philippines Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Advanced Science and Technology Institute (ASTI - http://www.asti.dost.gov.ph/) have taught an Advanced BGP Workshop (https://web.nsrc.org/workshops/2016/preginet-bgp/) in Quezon City, Philippines. This event works with network operators in the Philippines, Laos and Bhutan to spread more BGP knowledge and peering to improve the Internet.

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This past week NSRC instructors Dean Pemberton and Hervey Allen have worked with Indiana University instructor Ron Milford to present the TEIN NOC workshop on network monitoring and management and Software Defined Networking in cooperation with the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) and intERLab. The workshop included 34 students from 19 TEIN member countries from around Asia and the Pacific. For more details about the workshop see https://nsrc.org/workshops/2015/nsrc-tein-ait-noc/ and our temporary site at https://wiki.lpnz.org/doku.php?id=2015:nsrc-tein-ait-noc:start
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2015-10-16
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Chris Elliott and Phil Regnauld of NSRC are joined by Ferenc Csorba of RIPE and Misak Khachatryan of GNC-Alfa CJSC to teach a 5 day hands-on workshop on Network Management and Monitoring best practices and tools. 22 participants from Armenia were present here in Yerevan, Armenia. We had a very fast class this week, and some very interesting discussions during the workshop. Congratulations to everyone!

Thanks to O'Reilly for providing books to the participants. We look forward to more events in partnership with RIPE NCC.
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NSRC RIPE NMM Workshop in Yerevan, Armenia
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This past week the NSRC helped to support the Third Tanzania Network Operators Group meeting and workshops (http://www.tznog.or.tz/) held in Zanzibar from August 30th through September 4th. Courses taught included an introduction to UNIX/Linux, Network Monitoring and Management, Routing and Systems and Network Security. Pictured below are four of the instructors (from left to right):

Maina Noah, SEACOM (Tanzania)
Simon Mayoye, SEACOM (kenya)
Abibu Ntahigiye, TZNIC (Tanzania)
Clevem Mmari, NSRC/University of Oregon (United States/Tanzania)

Congratulations on a successful event!
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NSRC participated in the 17th Pacific Network Operators Group workshop and meeting PACNOG17:

http://www.pacnog.org/pacnog17/

Held in Apia, Samoa. A BGP Routing workshop was led by Philip Smith and Andy Linton, and a Linux Network Security workshop was led by Jon Brewer and Dean Pemberton.
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2015-07-31
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