2010 OARC Workshop 2 (Denver)

Denver, USA

Denver, USA


The second OARC Workshop of 2010 is taking place Wednesday, October 13th and Thursday, 14th in Denver, Colorado in conjunction with our Annual General Meeting.

(the dates have been moved from the 16th/17th due to conflicts with the Denver Bronco's home games and homecoming games for the local universities)

We are also pleased to announce that Duane Wessels will be running a DSC Workshop on Friday, October 15th for those interested in contributing to future development on the project.

Details on venue will be posted shortly and announced to the member's list as they become available.

OARC Workshop meetings are open to OARC members, presenters, and to all other parties interested in DNS operations and research, subject to available space.

Dates: October 13—14, 2010
Venue: Warwick Denver Hotel
Address: 1776 Grant Street - Denver, CO 80203 - USA
Building/Room: Capitol 3/4
Accommodation: Click Here or call 1-800-525-2888 and reference group rate code 1210SE
Local Info: Directions from the Airport, Shuttles, Taxis and things to do in Denver

Jabber: xmpp:dns-operations@conference.dns-oarc.net

Call for Presentations

This workshop continues OARC's tradition of having spring meetings include a strong operational component. Presentations from DNS operators are particularly welcome. We'll also gladly accept talks from DNS researchers, as well as any other DNS-related subjects.


OARC gratefully acknowledges Secure64 for their sponsorship of this meeting.

    • 11:00 AM
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    • 2
      ITS and Other Network Based Time Services
      Speaker: Mr Michael Lombardi (NIST Time and Frequency Division)
    • 3
      ISC Passive DNS
      Speaker: Mr Robert Edmonds (ISC)
    • 4
      Data mining on queries to authoritative nameservers
      Speaker: Mr Manos Antonakakis (Damballa)
    • 5
      DNS Footprint of Malware
      Speaker: Mr Ed Stoner (CERT)
    • 1:45 PM
    • 6
      Extending black domain name list by analyzing DNS queries
      Speaker: Mr Kazumichi Sato (NTT)
    • 7
      An analysis of DNS queries sent from hosts to caching servers
      Speaker: Mr Minoru Zushi (NTT)
    • 8
      DNSSEC Plan in GO.KR
      Speaker: Mr Myung Hee Choi (KISA/KRNIC)
    • 3:00 PM
    • 9
      Serving DNS during a DDoS
      Speaker: Mr Joshua Anderson (FreeDNS/Afraid.org)
    • 10
      How do validating caches deal with spoofed responses?
      Speaker: Duane Wessels (Verisign)
    • 11
      Time to Stride Towards Differentiating DNS Services?
      Speaker: Dr Xiaodong Lee (CNNIC)
    • 12
      Do We Need An Automated Synchronization Mechanism for Configuration Data of DNS Name Servers
      Speaker: Mr Ning Kong (CNNIC)
    • 13
      What now for DLV ?
      Speaker: Mr Keith Mitchell (DNS-OARC)
    • 14
      Deployment of DNSSEC in the Root Zone: Impact Analysis
      Speaker: Mr Geoffrey Sisson (OARC)
    • 15
      Quantifying the impact of DNSSEC misconfiguration
      Speaker: Dr Casey Deccio (Sandia National Laboratories)
    • 16
      DNSSEC: Network problems are not over
      Speaker: Mr Stephane Bortzmeyer (AFNIC)
    • 10:30 AM
      Coffee Break
    • 17
      DNSSEC Key Algorithm Rollover
      Speaker: Mr Ondrej Sury (CZ.NIC)
    • 18
      DNSSEC and IPv6 DNS Progress at Comcast
      Speaker: Mr Tom Creighton (Comcast)
    • 19
      DNSViz: DNSSEC Visualization
      Speaker: Dr Casey Deccio (Sandia National Laboratories)
    • 20
      DNSMON Beta
      Speaker: Mr Anand Buddhdev (RIPE NCC)
    • 12:00 PM
    • OARC AGM - See Portal


    • 2010 DSC Workshop (Denver)

      On Friday, October 15th (following the OARC workshop) I am organizing a workshop to discuss the future of the DSC software. This is not really a workshop on what DSC does, or why you should use it. Rather, at this workshop we will discuss:

      How do we use DSC now and what do we like
      What do we not like?
      What would a next-generation DSC look like?
      Can we put a plan in place to make it a reality?

      To be clear: assuming we get to the final point in the above list, I will be asking you (your companies) to make financial contributions so that a programmer can be employed to implement the necessary changes. Details (such as amounts and where such money would be collected) are not known at this time. That will be part of the discussion.

      If you are planning on attending the DNS-OARC meeting and wish to attend the DSC meeting, please be sure to indicate so on the registration page.

      If you are unable to attend the meeting but wish to contribute, please drop me an email with your comments.

      Convener: Duane Wessels (Verisign)
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        First session
      • 10:00 AM
      • 23
        Second session
      • 12:00 PM
      • 24
        Third session