Infoblox Inc. today announced that two of its resident IPv6 experts have been selected to present at gogoNET LIVE 2 – the largest IPv6 conference established to teach IT network professionals best practices and test strategies for managing the transition from IPv4 to IPv6.
Underscoring gogoNET LIVE! 2’s theme this year, “Trials & Tribulations,” Infoblox IPv6 evangelist Paul Ebersman will co-lead a hands-on workshop covering intermediate and advanced IPv6 concepts. He will provide practical transition strategies, IP address management approaches and insights into potential configuration and deployment risks.
“Many IT pros have been overwhelmed as they have considered the IPv4 to IPv6 transition and are not quite sure where to start,” says Ebersman. “This conference offers an excellent opportunity for attendees to prepare for this inevitability, gain important advice and learn to avoid some of the landmines that can impede a smooth transition.”
Infoblox Senior Product Manager Andy Voltmer also has been selected to present Infoblox product features that arm IT professionals with tools to manage IPv6 address space, operate a dual-stack environment and perform a smooth transition at their desired pace.
For more information about Infoblox IPv6-ready products, visit: https://www.infoblox.com/en/products.html.
For more information about gogoNET LIVE! 2, November 1 – 3, 2011, visit: http://gogonetlive.com/.
Infoblox provides essential network infrastructure services–from IP address management (IPAM) and domain name system (DNS) resolution to network compliance reporting. With built-in automation, resiliency and management tools, Infoblox’s market-leading solutions significantly reduce administrative overhead and errors while enhancing network availability. Infoblox’s family of Trinzic products also reduces the network infrastructure complexity resulting from IPv6, compliance, virtualization, cloud and mobility initiatives. The Company has more than 5,000 end customers worldwide, including more than one-third of the Fortune 500, and offices in more than 30 countries with headquarters in Santa Clara, Calif.