I'm sure if you want to develop a curriculum around tuning, someone will want it for a tutorial or workshop. I figure it takes around a week to develop and polish each full day of talks and labs. 

Alternatively you can suggest a topic where someone has already done all that work, and offered it for free for the NOG meeting.

On Mon, 27 Aug 2018, 06:50 Joel Wirāmu Pauling, <joel@aenertia.net> wrote:
Linux Performance tuning for Network Workloads. There are a ton of
things like Aligning PCIe IRQ's, Workflows required for SRIOV/DPDK and
OVS performance. And how to adequately test and RCA issues with the
Network Stack. Tweaking sysctl, huge-page allocations and Processor
cores etc.

I know this seems somewhat 'not networking' but it's actually been the
majority of what our clients struggle with for the last couple of

On 27 August 2018 at 10:20, Dave Mill <dave@mill.net.nz> wrote:
> Hi all
> As part of NZNOG we normally offer a 3 day workshop (Mon to Wed) and a few
> tutorials on the Wednesday.
> APNIC have the following workshops/tutorials offered at the moment.
> https://training.apnic.net/courses/
> We're seeking feedback (on or off list) on what people may want.
> Note, most recently we've had a 1 day Network Security tutorial (Queenstown)
> and a 3 day MPLS workshop (Tauranga).
> Ideas for next year:
> -3 day Network Security
> -3 day Routing I
> -3 day SDN (5 days condensed in to 3 days)
> -3 day DNSSEC
> -1 day IPv6 essentials
> -1 day DNSSEC
> -1/2 day BGP techniques
> Or, what else would people like to see at NZNOG (workshop and tutorial wise)
> that APNIC don't offer?
> On-list discussion encouraged :)
> Cheers
> Dave
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