As the demand for globally unique IP addresses increases making the transition from IPv4 to IPv4/IPv6 hybrid networks is now becoming critical.
IPv6 is the next generation Internet Protocol (IP) standard that provides an identification and location system for every computer, laptop and effectively every other connected device to the internet.
With the global population expected to reach 9.7bn by 2050 and the number of connected devices on the planet expected to grow to 7.6bn by 2030, IPv6 will provide the capacity and infrastructure to cope with this phenomenal growth and demand for connected devices.
IPv6 will provide more than 340 trillion, trillion, trillion IP addresses, allowing for an almost infinite range of devices to connect directly with one another, and helps ensure the Internet can continue its current growth rate indefinitely.
This technical write talk will help system administrators, and their business managers, making the transition from IPv4 to IPv4/IPv6 hybrid networks. IPv6 can be daunting for IT System Administrators and Networking Engineers because it is very different from IPv4 and it uses hexadecimal notation. This talk will be delivered in a tutorial format and attendees are invited to participate in worked calculation examples.
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Jerry Sweeney (Managing Director, CloudCIX and Director, INEX)
Jerry Sweeney is Managing Director of CloudCIX. Jerry’s career spans forty years in the IT sector ranging from Semiconductor Manufacturing, Software Development and Data Centre Design and operation. CloudCIX is a multi-region cloud computing platform available as a Public Cloud, Private Cloud and as a White Label Cloud for Managed Service Providers.
CloudCIX is on a mission to democratise Cloud Computing and believes Cloud Computing should not be controlled by a very small number of very large corporations. Enterprises and Service Providers of all sizes should have access to this enabling technology.
CloudCIX have therefore developed and are offering as Shareware a full multi tenanted, multi region, Cloud platform for free. CloudCIX supply reference architectures and support documentation. CloudCIX also offers enterprise grade paid for support.
Nick Hilliard (CTO, INEX)
A pioneer of the Irish internet, Nick has specialised in IP backbone design and implementation since 1995 and has been involved with INEX since its inception. As chief technical officer for INEX, he directs INEX infrastructure design and engineering leading the operations team at the exchange.
On behalf of INEX, he liaises with international organisations such as RIPE, the IETF, Euro-IX, and is actively involved in developing European IP addressing policy and creating technical standards for IXPs world-wide.