The Asia Pacific
OperatorS Forum - the NOG for the Asia Pacific Region
Co-chairs: Philip Smith (APRICOT) and Matsuzaki Yoshinobu (IIJ).
APOPS is the Network Operators Group for the Asia Pacific region.
APOPS now meets annually, during the February APRICOT summit.
APOPS was established as a mailing list for ISP operations engineers
as early as 1996. With the growth of the Internet in the region, the
first APOPS meetings were held as part of the APNIC annual members
meeting in 2000.
Up until the end of 2006, APOPS meetings have been held during
the annual APRICOT conference and the mid-year APNIC meeting.
From 2007, APOPS took on a greater role within the Asia Pacific
Internet Operations community, forming the general plenary session
of the APRICOT conference (following a revamp of the multi-track
programme format of APRICOT). And APOPS formed the general
plenary session at the joint SANOG 10 and APNIC 24 meeting in New Delhi
in August 2007.
From July 2019, APOPS was brought under the auspices of APNOG, the Asia Pacific Network
Operators Group Ltd, the non-profit organisation responsible
for the delivery of the annual APRICOT Summit.
The next APOPS meeting will be held as part of APRICOT 2022, taking
place as a Virtual Event in February 2022.
Previous APOPS meetings are listed here
Abha Ahuja Bursary Award
Since 2008, the generosity of an anonymous donor and Verisign
with the administration of the Internet Society, have created and
agreed to administer a bursary for persons from developing economies
to participate in a regional operators meeting.
The Abha Ahuja Bursary targets individuals from Africa, Asia,
and Oceania who are actively involved in Internet development, in
any of the following roles:
- Engineers (Network Builders)
- Operational and Infrastructure Support Personnel
- Educators, Teachers, and Trainers
For more information about the Abha Ahuja Bursary Award and about
how to apply, please consult the Abha Ahuja Bursary Award website.
The mailing list is targeted at network and operations engineers
in the Asia Pacific Region. It is open to everyone from all
walks of life around the world who is interested in ISP
operations activities in the Asia Pacific Region. To ensure that
the list is a useful forum for discussion of relevant technical
issues, participants are asked to respect these guidelines. Failure to do so
will lead to posting rights being denied.
To subscribe, use the online form.
To post a message, send e-mail to email@example.com. Note, you must
be a subscriber in order to post a message.
For more information about APOPS or contact APOPS, please complete
the general enquiry form.
APOPS would like to acknowledge and thank APNIC for kindly
agreeing to host this website.