May 15th, 2019

Ansible at REANNZ Lunchtime session slides

REANNZ began deploying Ansible in 2016, with the initial goal of supporting the rollout of new monitoring hardware to all of our 25 network PoPs. Three years later, Ansible is woven deep into how we deploy and manage to compute resources at REANNZ. Paul's Lunchtime session covered our choices on what to automate, and how Ansible fits into a greater software ecology. Paul Gunn joined REANNZ in 2014 as ... Continue reading →
April 9th, 2019

REANNZ welcomes Sapere report

REANNZ welcomes the MBIE-commissioned Sapere report released today on New Zealand’s high-speed research network. Janine Smith, REANNZ’s Chair, says the report provides a well-considered and in-depth review of the networking part of New Zealand’s research infrastructure. Continue reading →
March 25th, 2019

Chair receives REANNZ CEO's resignation

REANNZ Chair Janine Smith, has today announced the resignation of Nicole Ferguson, who has decided not to return to her position as Chief Executive Officer of REANNZ following her parental leave at the end of May. Continue reading →
December 18th, 2018

REANNZ statement on external security consultants

REANNZ confirms that it has not used the services of any external security consultants including any private investigators, or services from TCIL or its associated entities.Gerrit W. BahlmanChief Executive (Acting)REANNZ Continue reading →
November 23rd, 2018

REANNZ welcomes new Chair, Janine Smith MNZM

REANNZ warmly welcomes the appointment of Janine Smith as the new Chair and a Director of its Board.
The appointment was announced today by the Minister of Research, Science and Innovation the Hon. Dr Megan Woods, and takes effect immediately.Acting Chair Ross Peat says, “The Board and team congratulate Janine on her appointment and welcome the extensive knowledge and expertise she brings.”
Janine has been a company director for ... Continue reading →