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Deploy360 25 May 2017

Help Us Help You – Take The Deploy360 Survey

Megan Kruse
By Megan KruseDirector, Partner Engagement and Communications

We need your help! This year Deploy360 turned five years old, and we’re proud of all that we’ve accomplished so far. But we wonder … is it working for YOU? We’re conducting a survey until 30 June to gather your feedback and your success stories. (Oh, and as an added bonus, we’ll do a raffle drawing for a Raspberry Pi if you leave your email address!)

Our mission remains unchanged –to provide real-world deployment information and speed up adoption of technologies like IPv6, DNSSEC, Anti-Spoofing, Securing BGP, and TLS for Applications. What technologies have you deployed? What’s next? Have you used Deploy360 materials? What can we add to the site to make your lives easier?

We’ve grown a lot over the last five years and we are thankful that so many of you have come along for the ride. We’ve watched IPv6 deployment climb to about 15%, seen our DNSSEC deployment maps turn more and more green, seen our ION Conference attendance grow, and been lucky enough to meet many of you either in person or via our social media channels.

What’s next? Deploy360 is meant to be a tool to help you ease any deployment issues you may have. We exist to serve. So, talk to us and let us know what we can do better!


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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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