The Second RSNOG Conference is to be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Belgrade, on 22 November 2016. The conference is being organized with the support of the Serbian National Internet Domain Registry Foundation (RNIDS), RIPE NCC, Interxion, SOX and Mainstream. Participation in the conference is free of charge, but registration is required due to the limited number of places, at the following address:

Registration of participants on the day will begin at 1:30 pm outside the Mediterranean meeting room, and the event will begin at 2 pm. The conference will comprise eight presentations divided into two blocks, on topics such as the operation of CERTs, hosted security, measurements in IP networks, best practices for data centre design and more. A detailed schedule of the conference will be announced in the next few days.

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The Republic of Serbia Network Operators’ Group (RSNOG) is an informal community of local network experts, gathered around a shared interest in improving the quality, performance, stability and security of Internet networks and services in Serbia. RSNOG actively encourages the exchange of ideas, knowledge and best practices among network experts in Serbia, as well as collaboration with similar groups in the region, in Europe and all over the world.

The Serbian National Internet Domain Registry Foundation  (RNIDS) is a professional, non-party, non-governmental, not-for-profit organization, founded by the local Internet community in Serbia in order to manage the Serbian national Internet domains. RNIDS provides administrative, organizational and financial support for the activities of the RSNOG community.

Réseaux IP Européens Network Coordination Centre (RIPE NCC) coordinates the forum of European IP networks, one of five global regional Internet registries (RIRs), responsible for the territory of Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia. The members of the organization are local Internet registries to whom RIPE NCC allots the IP addresses and AS numbers which are essential for the functioning of the Internet.

Interxion is a leading provider of carrier- and cloud-neutral collocation data centre services in Europe, with more than 1,500 users through 42 data centers across 11 countries. Interxion houses more than 600 Internet service providers and 21 European Internet exchanges across Europe.

SOX (Serbian Open eXchange) is a platform for the exchange of Internet traffic, with open rules and transparent procedures, providing a backbone for use by Serbian and regional Internet companies, fixed, and mobile telco operators, content providers, gaming companies and others.

Mainstream has been providing advanced web hosting services since 2005, with 24h support and guaranteed 99.99% annual uptime for its clients. Mainstream hosts 10 of the 15 highest-traffic web sites in Serbia, as measured by the Gemius Audience rating, as well as many other applications where high availability is of paramount importance. Over 50% of all web pages in Serbia are served from the Mainstream’s infrastructure.