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Deploy360 19 June 2016

Deploy360 @ Slovenian IPv6 Initiative & SINOG 3

Kevin Meynell
By Kevin MeynellSenior Manager, Technical and Operational Engagement

Go 6 logoThe Deploy360 team will be supporting the 11th Slovenian IPv6 Summit and SINOG 3 events next week, that are being organised by the Go6, ARNES and LTFE, and sponsored by the Internet Society along with several other sponsors.

The Slovenian IPv6 Summit is being held on Tuesday, 21 June 2016, and features a keynote from ICANN Board Member Lousewies van der Laan on how Internet governance impacts on operators. Patrick Fältström (NetNod) will also be speaking about the Internet-of-Things and IPv6, with other interesting talks on Automating IPv6 deployments by Ivan Pepelnjak (NIL),  IPv6 Security by Fernando Gont (SI6), and IPv6 Autoconfiguration challenges by Sander Steffann (SJM Steffann).

The afternoon session is largely devoted to case studies, including a talk on IPv6 in SPAWAR by Ron Broersma (US Navy), IPv6 in Switzerland by Silvia Hagen (Sunny Connection), and how IPv6 was deployed in LinkedIn from Stephanie Schuller (LinkedIn), with the local interest coming from Luka Manojlovič (MA-NO).

On Wednesday, 22 June 2016 is the SINOG 3 meeting which will be a mix of presentations in Slovenian and English. The keynote is being provided by Ivan Pepelnjak (ipSpace), followed by a talk on the DNS-management software Ansible by Anand Buddhdev (RIPE NCC). There’s another presentation on the security of the Internet-of-Things by Milan Gabor (Viris), and at the end of the day is an Ansible workshop led by Uroš Bajželj (LTFE).

The full programme can be found on the SINOG website and Go6 website. Registration is free-of-charge and open to anyone.

Both events are being held at Tehnološki park Ljubljana, and are being streamed.

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Disclaimer: Viewpoints expressed in this post are those of the author and may or may not reflect official Internet Society positions.

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