MENOG Roadshows

The MENOG Roadshows were established in 2011 to meet a demand in the community for more capacity building in the area of IPv6 adoption, particularly hands-on training for network operators in how to deploy IPv6.

In 2016, the MENOG Program Committee decided to broaden the scope of the MENOG Roadshows by introducing new tracks relevant to the sustainable growth of Internet.

The IPv6 Roadshows are a joint initiative from the Middle East Network Operators Group (MENOG) and the RIPE NCC, offering three-day training events targeted at the technical staff of Internet Service Providers, government and enterprise network operators. A half-day meeting for decision makers usually follows the IPv6 Roadshow.

The DNS Roadshows are a joint initiative from the Middle East Network Operators Group (MENOG) and ICANN, offering three-day training events targeted at the technical staff of registry operators, registrars, resellers and domain name infrastructure operators.

The Routing and Peering Roadshows are a joint initiative from the Middle East Network Operators Group (MENOG) and the Internet Society (ISOC), offering:

  • One-day IXP Community building events to discuss the benefits of joining an IXP and how to grow and scale it.
  • Three-day training events targeted at the technical staff of Internet service providers and Internet exchange point operators.

MENOG roadshows operate based on a partnership model between the local host and the MENOG Roadshow partners. This partnership model provides a structured approach to building tailored training events to meet local needs. Read more on how to host a roadshow.