The OARC 32 Agenda is Ready

Timetable of presentations and list of speakers now online

DNS-OARC is coming to San Francisco, California, USA for its 32nd Workshop and will take place as a one-day meeting at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco on February 8th 2020.

This will be followed the next day, February 9th, with the EDDI February Meet Up (hosting support by DNS-OARC) during the morning, with the afternoon packed with Tutorials and an OARC Member-only Roundtable.

NANOG 78 follows immediately after — February 10th — 12th at the same venue.


We are happy to announce that we have a full programme lined up.

The Workshop Agenda of accepted presentations by speakers well known in the DNS industry is published here:


The list of speakers and presentations is at:


Attending OARC 32

To participate in person, please register to attend sooner rather than later — discounted early bird registration (with additional discounts for delegates from OARC member organisations) ends on January 17th, 2019 — just under two weeks at the time of writing.

Attending DNS-OARC Workshops is open to all OARC members and other parties interested in DNS operations and research.

EDDI February Meet Up and NANOG 78 (taking place immediately after OARC 32) attendees are particularly welcome as all meetings will have complementary and non-overlapping content.

Further details and Registration links are on the OARC 32 Registration Page.

Accommodation during OARC 32

As OARC 32 is only a few weeks away, you’ll want to make your travel arrangements while there is still time to take advantage of the discounted hotel rate!

The deadline for OARC attendees to receive the discounted rate of $289 + taxes at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco is January 17th, 2019 — just under two weeks at the time of writing.

Rooms are still available for arrival on February 7th and departure on February 9th. It is important that you book your room as soon as possible due to the limited number of rooms available.

If you are experiencing booking issues and desired dates (such as shoulder nights) are not available, please contact <> for assistance.

Space will be an issue, so don’t delay!


As a non-profit organization, OARC relies on registration fees, patronage and sponsorship to help with the costs for its programme of workshops.

Call for Sponsors for OARC 32

DNS-OARC workshops represent a unique opportunity to increase the visibility of your organization, products and services to the key influencers who operate the Internet’s DNS and other key players in the global Internet community.

We are thankful to Comcast for being a sponsor at OARC 32.

We have further sponsor opportunities for the upcoming Workshop to meet all budgets — with options ranging from $2000 up to $15000.

Further details are available on the OARC 32 Call for Sponsors.

Please contact if your organization is interested in becoming a sponsor.

Call for Workshop Patrons in 2020

Patronage shows your support of the workshops with up-front annual base funding, enabling OARC to be more effective in future planning, developing and organizing workshops.

We are open to Workshop Patronage for the whole calendar year 2020 — with options ranging from $25000 per annum up to $75000 per annum.

Further details are available on the OARC Patronage Opportunities page.

Please contact if your organization is interested in becoming a patron.


Please spread the word about the OARC 32 workshop by sharing this post with your friends and colleagues, using the hashtag #OARC32 if sharing across social media.

You may follow us via:

Twitter: @dnsoarc
LinkedIn Group: DNS-OARC
Facebook Page: DNS OARC
YouTube Channel: DNS-OARC
OARC 32 Page on Facebook: OARC 32 DNS Technical Workshop

See you all in San Francisco!

Domain Name System Operations Analysis and Research Center

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