The first APIE Camp will be held 6-10 February 2023 at Keio University Hiyoshi Campus in Yokohama, Japan.
This is an invitation-only event for learners who completed the APIE ONLINE Courses 1 and 2 and the APIE E-WORKSHOP.
|2/6||Network deployment||Introduction of Camp program.
Configure switch and routers to configure campus network. (VLAN, OSPF and other topics)
|2/7||Virtualization||Learn and configure virtualization related technology and Linux.|
|2/8||DNS||Configure DNS using BIND. Each group will setup Authoritative name server and full-service resolver.|
|2/9||Monitoring and cloud||Monitoring and log for operation. Also study about cloud computing platforms and try it during the day.|
|2/10||Security and summary||Summary of the week.
Visit data center and/or NOCs. Also discuss with security engineers.
The APIE Camp is developed and taught by a team of experienced professionals and trainers. Through their expertise and background, they share the challenges facing internet engineers in the region.
AITAC (Advanced IT Architect Human Resource Development Council) is an organization of experts from industry and academia in Japan aiming to nurture Internet architects who can design and operate such comprehensive systems.
Keio University is a leading educational institution in Japan, well known by its strong research programs in a wide range of fields and its commitment to education. Keio is also known for promoting international exchange programs and global partnerships.
APNIC’s primary role is to provide Internet number resources (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs) to members in the Asia Pacific region. The APNIC Academy supports the people who build, operate and maintain the Internet providing online learning platform and training programs.
We are preparing a special guide for participants. This guideline will provide valuable information about the camp and directions to Keio University Hiyoshi campus, where the APIE Camp will be conducted.
Your learning environment – Keio University (Yokohama,Japan)
Established in 1858 by Yukichi Fukuzawa as a small school of Western learning, Keio has a history as Japan’s very first private institution of higher learning. Over 160 years since its founding, Keio has thrived under its founder’s motto of jitsugaku, or empirical science, as it continues to transform Japan as a modern nation through contributions to education, research, and medicine.