Network Operations Groups (NOGs)

Network Operations Groups (NOGs) have been critical to keeping the Internet Operational and growing. The Internet did not build itself. People build the Internet. And people need to work together to interconnect. NOG meeting are critical for network professionals to meet, teach each other, argue, come to an agreement, and solve really tough problems that impact everyone on the Internet.

Asia-Pacific

  • APNIC –  Asia Pacific Network Information Centre
  • APOPS – Asia Pacific OperatorS Forum
  • APRICOT –  Asia Pacific Regional Internet Conference on Operational Technologies
  • AUSNOG –  Australian Network Operators Group
  • BDNOG – Bangladesh Network Operators Group
  • CNNOG – China Network Operations Group (not functional)
  • HKNOG – Hong Kong Network Operators Group
  • IDNOG – Indonesia Network Operations Group
  • INNOG – India Network Operators’ Group
  • JANOG – Japanese Network Operators Group
  • MMNOG – Myanmar Network Operators’ Group
  • MNNOG – Mongolia Network Operators’ Group
  • MYNOG – Malaysian Network Operations Group
  • NPNOG – Nepal Network Operators’ Group
  • NZNOG – New Zealand Network Operators Group
  • PANOG – Pakistan Network Operations Group
  • PACNOG – Pacific Network Operators Group
  • PHNOG – Philippines Network Operators’ Group (since no PHNOG website exists as of 8 February 2017, see: PHOpenIX, the country’s open Internet exchange)
  • SANOG – South Asian Network Operators Group
  • SGNOG – Singapore Network Operations Group

Africa

  • Af-IX – African Community for IXPs
  • AfNOG – Africa Network Operators Group
  • AONOG – Angola Network Operators’ Group
  • cmNOG | cmNOG’s Mailinglist – Cameroonian Network Operators’ Group
  • CGNOG – Congo Network Operators’ Group
  • ghNOG – Ghana Network Operators’ Group
  • ngNOG – Nigerian Network Operators’ Group
  • RWNOG – Rwanda Network Operators’ Group
  • SnNOG – Senegal Network Operations Group – Twiter: @nog_sn – Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/senegalnog
  • SdNOG – Sudan Network Operators’ Group
  • tzNOG – Tanzania Network Operators’ Group
  • SAFNOG – Southern African Network Operators’ Group
  • SomNOG – Somalia Network Operators’ Group

North America

Latin America & the Caribbean

  • ArNOG – Argentina Network Operators’ Group
  • NOG Bolivia – Bolivia Network Operators’ Group
  • CaribNOG – Caribbean Network Operators’ Group
  • NOG Chile – Chile Network Operators’ Group
  • EcNOG Ecuador – Ecuador Network Operators’ Group [Ecuador Network Operators]
  • NOG Ecuador – Ecuador Network Operators’ Group
  • LAC-IX – Latin America & Caribbean Community for IXPs
  • LACNOG – Latin American & Caribbean Region Network Operators’ Group

Europe

  • BENOG – Belgian Network Operators Group
  • DENOG – German Network Operations Group
  • DKNOG – Danish Network Operators Group
  • EOF –  the European Operators Forum WG
  • ENOG – Eurasia Network Operators Group
  • ESNOG –  Grupo de Operadores de Red Españoles (Spain)
  • FrNOG –  the French Network Operators Group
  • GTER – Grupo de Trabalho de Engenharia e Operacao de Redes
  • INOG – Irish Network Operators Group (iNOG)
  • ITNOG – Italian Network Operators Group
  • NLNOG – Ring: Netherlands Network Operations Group
  • NordNog –  the Nordic Operator Group
  • PLNOG – Polish Network Operations Group
  • RIPE and the RIPE Network Coordination Centre, which promotes collaboration among wide-area network operators in Europe.
  • SwiNOG –  the Swiss Network Operators Group
  • TRNOG – Türkiye Network Operatörleri Grubu (Turkey)
  • UKNOF – United Kingdom’s Network Operator’s Forum

Middle East

  • IRNOG – Iranian Network Operations Group
  • MENOG – Middle East Network Operations Group

International

  • ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers

Other Pages with List of Network Operations Groups