ENOG (Eurasia Network Operators Group) is the forum where technology experts from Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia gather to discuss core operational issues and share ideas in evolving the Internet in the region.
ENOG is a way of communicating and creating unified approaches among technology professionals. This, in turn, enables Internet infrastructure stability, increases global network coherence and facilitates further Internet accessibility for the community.
Discussions at ENOG traditionally revolve around network interactions and operator collaboration in the region. Topics cover the challenges, tools, experiences and best practices in areas such as IPv6, DNS, peering, routing, security and more.
To encourage participation, ENOG Meetings are held in different locations. The ENOG Programme Committee welcomes proposals from all potential host countries. If you are interested in hosting an ENOG Meeting, please contact enog [at] ripe [dot] net.
The idea of establishing an ENOG Meeting was introduced in 2010. The first ENOG Meeting was supported by the Coordination Center for TLD RU/РФ (ccTLD RU), the Technical Center of Internet (TCI), MSK-IX and the RIPE NCC.
Today, ENOG Meetings are supported by a range of organisations across the region that host and provide practical support to individual meetings.