For the last 15 years, IPv6 has been specified and tested, and is now embedded in many of our operating systems and devices. The presentation will discuss the current IPv6threat and mitigation landscape, covering a long history of compromises while also discussing methods that allow new security frameworks and innovative defenses that are not available in the current IPv4 Internet.Read more >
The developed world's global Internet registries have officially depleted their supply of free IPv4 addresses. IPv6 is not just the future—it’s already here (65% of Verizon’s traffic is over IPv6!). Some organizations even have their IPv6 allocations already. But since a single site assignment in IPv6 contains 1 trillion, trillion, addresses (or 279 trillion Internets!), designing an effective plan can be both intimidating and unnecessarily time consuming. With that many addresses, where do you start? Join us for this webinar as Tom Coffeen, Infoblox IPv6 evangelist and O'Reilly author of IPv6 Address Planning, discusses how to design, deploy, and successfully adopt an effective IPv6 addressing plan. Both IPv4 exhaustion and IPv6 adoption are real and happening now. Take the first step to realizing an effective IPv6 address plan and adoption strategy, and watch this webinar today.Read more >
This webinar takes a look at the drivers for deploying IPv6 and how if will affect your network. We then go on to examine the security considerations of the fact that IPv6 support is now ubiquitous on enterprise network equipment. IPv6 has been a long time coming but it's now something that's supported on the majority of enterprise equipment - your data centre is filled with IPv6-ready devices. Are they already talking IPv6 without your knowledge?Read more >
Real world comparison of IPv4 and IPv6 between international sites.
This webinar will give you a hands-on overview of how to validate and test your IPv6 network. Presenter is Marcus Jonsson, VP Product Management and co-founder at Netrounds.
You will learn how to measure network performance end-to-end for either IPv4 or IPv6, or for both at the same time using a so called dual stack. This will allow you to benchmark IPv4 vs IPv6 in terms of stability and quality as well as troubleshoot remotely and efficiently.
Learn how new upgrades to Tenable’s SecurityCenter CV™ identify vulnerabilities in devices that could be located in any of 18,446,744,073,709,551,614 (18 quintillion!) IPv6 addresses, the /64 space recommended for a “typical” organization.
Register for Tenable’s webcast on Dec 4 at 2PM EST to hear about the Newest version of SecurityCenter Continuous View™ (SC CV). This is the first solution designed to manage risk across IPv6 networks, the next generation of Internet address spaces.
- Ron Gula, Tenable Co-founder and CEO
- Jack Daniel, Tenable technical product manager
- Allan Carey, Tenable product marketing manager
With the Internet Society (ISOC)-sponsored global launch of IPv6 fast approaching on June 6, 2012, Mark Townsley takes a look back at the progress to date in IPv6 deployment to identify some gaps that still exist in experiencing and living the next generation Internet.Read more >
Why IPv6 now? What are the trends that IDC is seeing that are contributing to the growth of IPv6? We will also cover how application delivery solutions are an essential requirement for customers transitioning to IPv6.Read more >
Juniper Networks videoRead more >
"Network security is an interesting challenge. It's one -- you'd think we'd have this one solved by now." Jack Daniel of Tenable discusses the reality of the situation and how IPv6 impacts the security of your network.Read more >
Overall Session Description
Cloud-based computing will have a major impact on the way that enterprises configure their IT resources over the next several years. By 2015, one of every seven dollars spent on packaged software, server, and storage offerings will involve the public cloud model. To stay competitive in this environment, providers of cloud services will need to move quickly to create and deploy innovative and high-value service offerings. Using the network as foundation, cloud providers will need to invest in next-generation application delivery platforms. Building upon existing performance and scale benefits, application delivery platforms will be instrumental in delivering an operationally efficient, customizable datacenter network.
This webinar will answer the following questions:
•What are key combinations of application delivery attributes that will support agile cloud service creation?
•When is the right time to invest in IPv6?
•What is the role of application delivery controllers within the context SDN (software-defined networks) ?
•Why is application intelligence crucial for network operators to meet the explosion of the mobile cloud?
What will this session cover?
This session will provide a reference architecture overview and procedures for deployment of NAT64 and DNS64 in support of IPv6-only client environments.
Why you should attend?
The number of address spaces used by IPv4 has been dramatically depleted. IPv6 is the new fabric of the Internet and will bring new business opportunities and business models.
The primary focus of this session is to educate on how to support IPv6 in your network and to explain how NAT64/DNS64 can be used effectively to migrate to IPv6. We will explain the differences amongst the translation methods in an IPv6 environment and include real world examples on how to enable certain migration scenarios
Who should attend?
Enterprises, Telcos, Content, Cable, and Hosting/Cloud Providers who are looking for IPv6 transition solutions
•Brocade ADX and Secure64 DNS Cache Overview
•NAT64 and DNS64 Solution Architecture
•Configuration Options and Overview
•Additional DNS64 Functionality Options
Jeff Hartley is a (CISSP/BCLP/BCNE), Application Delivery Technical Specialist from Brocade. Jeff specializes in the Application Delivery product line for Brocade, focusing on Service Providers and strategic initiatives. Jeff spent the prior 15+ years in Service Provider Engineering, Information Security, and Management roles, at companies ranging from start-ups (MindSpring, Purewire) to large SP (Cox Communications, Bloomberg).
Stephan Lagerholm is an IPv6, DNS, DNSSEC and IT-security expert with over 11 years of international and management experience. He is a Senior DNS architect at Secure64 Software Corporation where he is responsible for the design and roll-out of complex DNS solutions to large service providers worldwide. Stephan’s background includes leadership positions at the largest networking and security system integrator in Scandinavia. He is also one of the directors at the Texas IPv6 Task Force.