IPv6 is here: There are already 30 million or more IPv6 Internet-connected users in the US alone according to Cisco with the global percentage of Internet traffic over IPv6 likely to exceed 50 percent by 2018. It’s time to start thinking about putting together an IPv6 adoption plan.
The fact is IPv6 touches everything on your network (and likely extends into your cloud deployments as well) but there’s no reason for gloom and doom. And since it’s already running on your network somewhere it’s also time to start learning some best practices for getting the most out of this new protocol.
That’s why I’m hosting a second webinar at 10 am Pacific on April 15 on best practices for deploying IPv6. In this webinar network administrators system administrators server administrators and even security staff will learn:
- How IPv6 is already running on your network today and what to do about it.
- Which hardware and software components are most likely ready for IPv6 adoption (and which aren’t).
- What role DHCP DNS and IPAM will play in adopting IPv6 within your organization.
To find out more about deploying IPv6 register here for the April 15 webinar.