[council] Comments requested on ICANN's gTLD Registry Failover Plan
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- Subject: [council] Comments requested on ICANN's gTLD Registry Failover Plan
- From: Glen de Saint Géry <Glen@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2008 02:08:07 -0700
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ICANN's gTLD Registry Failover Plan
15 July 2008
Following extensive collaboration and consultation with experienced gTLD
registries, ccTLD managers, SSAC, and other members of the community, ICANN
announced the implementable version of the gTLD Registry Failover Plan [PDF,
85K] during the ICANN Public Forum in Paris, France on 25 June 2008. ICANN is
today posting the plan for public comment.
Comments on the plan may be submitted to: <registry-failover-plan@xxxxxxxxx>
through 14 August 2008 23:59 UTC
and may be viewed at http://forum.icann.org/lists/registry-failover-plan/.
ICANN's gTLD Registry Failover Plan is intended to provide protection for
registrants, and add to the security and stability of the Internet through
collaboration with registries, registrars and members of the Internet community.
The plan provides a comprehensive guide describing potential ICANN actions in
specific situations involving a registry and is intended to define the roles of
registries and ICANN in the event of registry failure. The plan includes
provisions for: information sharing, situation handling and event management,
crisis response, communications, business continuity, data escrow and data
security, TLD and data transition and registry closure.
Going forward, ICANN's FY09 Operating Plan states that a key deliverable during
FY09 is to "implement [the gTLD] registry failover plan including live testing
with a registry or registries."
At the conclusion of the comment period, ICANN will move into the
implementation and testing phase of the project, and will work with experienced
registries, registrars and others to exercise the plan in Fiscal Year 2008-09.
Glen de Saint Géry