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'''Joe Abley''' holds the position of Chief Technology Officer at [[Public Interest Registry]], a role he has carried out since March 2019.
 
'''Joe Abley''' holds the position of Chief Technology Officer at [[Public Interest Registry]], a role he has carried out since March 2019.
  
Mr Abley is also Co-Protagonist at [http://www.shl.io/ Snake Hill Labs Inc], a position he has held since June 2014. He was formerly Infrastructure Scientist at [[Afilias]] and Director of Architecture at [[Dyn]] Inc, a position he held between February 2015 and March 2017<ref>[https://www.linkedin.com/in/jabley Joe Abley - LinkedIn] Retrieved 28 March 2015</ref> and before that, Director of [[DNS]] Operations at [[ICANN]]. He was also Network Architect at [[TekSavvy Solutions]], Inc, a large, independent Canadian [[ISP]]; a member of the [[LonIX]] Advisory Council and a Director of Hopcount Limited.<ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/in/jabley Joe Abley's Linkedin Profile]</ref> At ICANN, Joe provided direction for the operation of ICANN's production DNS services, including the [[L Root Server]] and the systems and processes used to manage [[DNSSEC]] in the [[Root Zone|root zone]] of the DNS. Joe is an active contributor to the [[IETF]], a volunteer instructor for the [[Network Startup Resource Center]] and a trustee of the [[New Zealand Network Operators Group]].
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Mr Abley is also Principal Contortionist at [http://www.shl.io/ Snake Hill Labs Inc], a position he has held since June 2014. He was formerly Infrastructure Scientist at [[Afilias]] and Director of Architecture at [[Dyn]] Inc, a position he held between February 2015 and March 2017<ref>[https://www.linkedin.com/in/jabley Joe Abley - LinkedIn] Retrieved 28 March 2015</ref> and before that, Director of [[DNS]] Operations at [[ICANN]]. He was also Network Architect at [[TekSavvy Solutions]], Inc, a large, independent Canadian [[ISP]]; a member of the [[LonIX]] Advisory Council and a Director of Hopcount Limited.<ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/in/jabley Joe Abley's Linkedin Profile]</ref> At ICANN, Joe provided direction for the operation of ICANN's production DNS services, including the [[L Root Server]] and the systems and processes used to manage [[DNSSEC]] in the [[Root Zone|root zone]] of the DNS. Joe is an active contributor to the [[IETF]], a volunteer instructor for the [[Network Startup Resource Center]] and a trustee of the [[New Zealand Network Operators Group]].
  
 
Joe has been Executive Director of the [[IAB]], Chair of the [[NANOG]] Steering Committee, and a member of the Programme Committee at [[NANOG]] and [[SANOG]].
 
Joe has been Executive Director of the [[IAB]], Chair of the [[NANOG]] Steering Committee, and a member of the Programme Committee at [[NANOG]] and [[SANOG]].
  
Joe has written several [http://www.arkko.com/tools/allstats/joeabley.html RFCs].  He attends operator meetings including [[NANOG]], [[RIPE]], the [[Canadian ISP Summit]], [[AfNOG]], [[SANOG]] and [[NZNOG]].
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Joe has written several [https://datatracker.ietf.org/person/Joe%20Abley RFCs].  He attends operator meetings including [[NANOG]], [[RIPE]], the [[Canadian ISP Summit]], [[AfNOG]], [[SANOG]] and [[NZNOG]].
  
 
== Career History ==
 
== Career History ==
Mr Abley held various roles at [[Dyn]], Inc including Director of Architecture and Director of Infrastructure, between October 2013 and March 2017, departing immediately before Dyn's acquisition by Oracle.
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Mr Abley held various roles at [[Dyn]], Inc including Director of Architecture and Director of Infrastructure, between October 2013 and March 2017, departing during Dyn's acquisition by Oracle.
  
 
He was a Director of the [[Toronto Internet Exchange]] from 2007 until 2009.
 
He was a Director of the [[Toronto Internet Exchange]] from 2007 until 2009.
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== Personal Life ==
 
== Personal Life ==
Joe currently lives in Ontario, Canada with two children, one of which seems to be on the cusp of enthusiastically leaving home. He enjoys travel, ideally by motorcycle or [http://www.qfe.ca/ private light aircraft].
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Joe currently lives in Ontario, Canada with [https://hattieabley.bandcamp.com his daughter]. He enjoys travel, ideally by motorcycle or [http://www.qfe.ca/ private light aircraft].
  
 
== Presentations ==
 
== Presentations ==
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== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
[https://plus.google.com/107788861025126575357/posts Joe Abley] on Google Plus.
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[https://nsrc.org/bios/JoeAbley.html Joe Abley] at NSRC.
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

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Joe Abley holds the position of Chief Technology Officer at Public Interest Registry, a role he has carried out since March 2019.

Mr Abley is also Principal Contortionist at Snake Hill Labs Inc, a position he has held since June 2014. He was formerly Infrastructure Scientist at Afilias and Director of Architecture at Dyn Inc, a position he held between February 2015 and March 2017[1] and before that, Director of DNS Operations at ICANN. He was also Network Architect at TekSavvy Solutions, Inc, a large, independent Canadian ISP; a member of the LonIX Advisory Council and a Director of Hopcount Limited.[2] At ICANN, Joe provided direction for the operation of ICANN's production DNS services, including the L Root Server and the systems and processes used to manage DNSSEC in the root zone of the DNS. Joe is an active contributor to the IETF, a volunteer instructor for the Network Startup Resource Center and a trustee of the New Zealand Network Operators Group.

Joe has been Executive Director of the IAB, Chair of the NANOG Steering Committee, and a member of the Programme Committee at NANOG and SANOG.

Joe has written several RFCs. He attends operator meetings including NANOG, RIPE, the Canadian ISP Summit, AfNOG, SANOG and NZNOG.

Career History

Mr Abley held various roles at Dyn, Inc including Director of Architecture and Director of Infrastructure, between October 2013 and March 2017, departing during Dyn's acquisition by Oracle.

He was a Director of the Toronto Internet Exchange from 2007 until 2009.

At Afilias, he was the Director of Operations, Content Propagation and Resolution Services, where he was responsible for and part of the team that managed Afilias' distributed authority server platform for various Afilias-operated top-level domains.

From 2004 to 2006, Joe worked at ISC, where he had the responsibility of the architecture and operation of ISC's networks in California and in the twenty F root nameserver nodes distributed around the world, many of which he helped install. While he was at ISC, he taught workshops and tutorials around the world.[3] He has also worked at Metromedia Fiber Network (now, again, AboveNet) and CLEAR Communications Limited (now Vodafone New Zealand). Joe was a founder of the Auckland Peering Exchange (APE).

Education

Joe Abley received a BA in Physical and Computer Science from the University of Cambridge, which also awarded him an MA for reasons unrelated to study. He is currently working on a Master of Engineering Science at Western University.

Personal Life

Joe currently lives in Ontario, Canada with his daughter. He enjoys travel, ideally by motorcycle or private light aircraft.

Presentations

External Links

Joe Abley at NSRC.

References