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Case Study Enterprise IPv6 at Google

A session at Rocky Mountain 2011 IPv6 Summit

  • Kiran Chittimaneni

Tuesday 26th April, 2011

1:45pm to 2:30pm (MST)

Google's enterprise network is a global, distributed system connecting more than 20,000 employees across the world. This intermediate session will provide you with an insight into their corporate IPv6 deployment. Participants will receive practical information on how to migrate a large enterprise network to a dual stack environment. This session will examine some of the key decisions taken by Google along the way, from initial hallway discussions and proof-of-concept to full scale design and deployment of IPv6; and share some of the lessons learnt during deployment. Google believes that IPv6 is essential to the continued health and openness of the Internet – and that by allowing all devices on a network to talk to each other directly, IPv6 will enable innovation and allow the Internet's continued growth.

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Kiran Chittimaneni

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Time 1:45pm2:30pm MST

Date Tue 26th April 2011

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