|MMNOG 2015 will be two days event on 21-22 November with speakers from International Internet authorities such as ICANN and APNIC as well as local technical experts.
Jasmine Palace Hotel
Date & Time:
21-22 November, 2015
*In alphabetical order. Please refer to Day 1 schedule for sperkers’ sessions.
Bo Bo Zin
Nyein Chan Tun
Cisco System Myanmar
Sai Khin Maung Aye
Thein Myint Khine
Tin Htoo Khaing
Tun Tun Myint
Day 1 – Conference
09:00 – Registration
09:30 – Welcome remarks (MMNOG)
The Internet consists of interconnected networks that span the whole world. APNIC has developed a visualization tool that allows us to investigate how networks interconnect in different countries and economies. This presentation will look at network topology in different economies in the Asia Pacific network, and discuss how Myanmar Network Operators community can plan and grow the Internet in Myanmar.
This presentation focus on the importance of securing the Internet’s unique identifiers such as IP addresses and Domain names. With ICANN role in coordinating these unique identifier system, the presentation also highlights how the community can engage and contribute towards achieving secure and a healthy Internet ecosystem.
10:45 – Coffee Break
Speaker will share How Network Virtualization : SDN (Software Defined Networking) & NFV (Network Functional Virtualization) can Immediately create cost saving Opportunity for Datacenter, Cloud Service Providers & Telcos.
The presentation will discuss the evolution, adoption and impact of various IP technologies in mobile telecommunications, from GSM+EDGE to UMTS+HSPA up to LTE and beyond.
12:30 – Networking Lunch Break
The speaker will share Overview of Service Provider Networks and how Service Providers can utilize BNG Solution with IPoE and PPPoE for Subscriber access
Myanmar has recently issued different tier of ISP licenses to several applicants, both local and foreign companies. The regulator has done a great job laying ground rules for free and fair competition yet not many licensees can practically offer the services. There are challenges as well as opportunities for new comers. The speaker will share his past and present experiences of running ISP and his own personal opinions on how Myanmar ICT professionals and ISPs can work together to make Internet access in Myanmar more available and affordable.
Myanmar has open up the internet and mobile licenses to operators which has unleashed the power of connectivity to more general public as well as business transactions.You are at the intersection of traditional and new IT. While you still need to maintain traditional IT infrastructure due to some business applications, you need to embrace new IT. And now you can synthesize traditional and new IT, we call it Future Ready IT. The goal is to build a common compute-centric, software-driven platform for traditional and new. The anatomy of modern data centers moves the system intelligence into software, hence Software Defined Data Centers. This approach to SDDC is taken by the most agile & efficient data centers in the world.
15:30 – Afternoon Tea Break
3 Mobile Operators and a few ISPs are providing data services currently. More and more ISPs are preparing for data services. But, only a few Operators and ISPs are connecting each other. Till now, there is neither local Internet exchange point (IXP) nor proper mutual direct connectivity with each other. The speaker will highlight benefit and necessities of setting up a local IXP.
16:00 – Panel Discussion
17:00 – Closing Ceremony and Photo Session
Day 2 – Workshops
WORKSHOP I – (APNIC / ICANN)
It is assumed that participants have a basic understanding of network operations, Internet technologies, OSI reference model and TCP/IP.
IPv6 Essentials (09:00 – 12:30)
Network Security (13:30 – 16:30)
WORKSHOP II – (BIM TRAININGS)
MPLS and Traffic Engineering (09:00 – 16:30)
Sai Nyan Lynn Swe
Aung Naing Moe
It is assumed that participants have a good understanding of link state IGP protocols, OSPF/ISIS and basic understanding about BGP protocol.
The workshop explains about the operation of MPLS and MPLS-TE related to practice, examines the configuration and operation of an MPLS network in detail and provides an overview of additional possibilities for the implementation of Service Level Agreements (SLAs) through the use of QoS and Traffic Engineering.
|The event was supported by
Official Training Partner
Official Graphic Design Partner