Join our free webinar "IPv6 migration: Some Lessons Learned" on Tuesday, 12 June 2012
Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) and The DNS Operations, Analysis, and Research Center (DNS-OARC) are proud to present a joint webinar “IPv6 migration: Some Lessons Learned”.
The need to migrate to IPv6 has been long advocated, yet for many organizations it was the actual depletion of IPv4 addresses that has finally forced the issue. In some countries, such as India, China and the United States, government is strongly encouraging migration to IPv6 and even mandating its use for its own networks.
This session will focus on "A Day in the Life of the Internet", which is a large-scale yearly data collection project undertaken by CAIDA and OARC since 2006, to share insights gained around growing native IPv6 traffic patterns.
This session will also touch upon some of the material taught in ISC's 3-Day IPv6 Workshop, and offer insights into ISC's own operational experience; both from the software and the network side of its operations.
ISC has been at the forefront of IPv6 for more than 15 years, and we urge you to join us and learn how ISC has helped in making IPv6 migration easier.
Peter Losher - Senior Systems Engineer, Internet Systems Consortium
Timothy McGinnis – Manager of Training/Education, Internet Systems Consortium
Geoffrey Sisson - Consulting Engineer, DNS-OARC
Suzanne Woolf – Strategic Partnerships Manager, Internet Systems Consortium and President, DNS-OARC
About the Sponsors:
Internet Systems Consortium, Inc. (ISC)
ISC is proud to be the producer and distributor of commercial quality Open Source software for the Internet Community and to offer world-class online and professional services based on our software. Since 1996 ISC has led the industry with the most complete reference standard implementation of DNS (BIND) software using a Managed Open Source model. ISC also provides production-quality reference implementations for other core protocols such as DHCP, and distributes other open source software.
Managed Open Source means that users benefit from community ideas, while quality and compliance are the responsibility of professional software engineers.
ISC also provides a number of Operational Programs and Services that benefit users of the Internet directly and indirectly. Since 1994, ISC has operated F-Root (one of the 13 root DNS servers) as a public service to the Internet.
ISC is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) public benefit corporation dedicated to supporting the Internet community with software essential to its infrastructure.
The DNS Operations, Analysis, and Research Center Inc. (DNS-OARC)
DNS-OARC is a non-profit membership organization committed to facilitating research, coordination of response to shared concerns, and cooperation among implementers and operators of DNS and related services. The research presented by OARC in this webinar is based on data offered to OARC by a large number of members and others.
This was presented on 12th June, 2012
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