The keynote will be delivered by former CIO for the US federal government Tony Scott, who will be speaking about IT modernization and the role that IPv6 will play. A second keynote will come from the CEO of ARIN John Curran. I’m very excited to be presenting An Enterprise IPv6 Address Planning Case-Study on Tuesday, April 25th at 11:10AM. The remaining line-up of speakers is excellent and can be viewed here.
The collective of North American IPv6 Task Forces will be honoring 12 global service providers for the highest IPv6 adoption rates (e.g., for connecting 20% or more of their subscribers using the IPv6 protocol). Also, there will be a beverage reception including a book giveaway on Tuesday evening where you’ll be able to rub elbows with the authors and speakers and ask them your burning IPv6 questions.
Finally, our very own TAB member and regular blogger Scott Hogg, who is helping organize the event, was kind enough to provide a registration discount. It’s for 25% off the normal $200 registration price (a value of $50). The code is IPV6INFOBLOX so be sure to use it when registering for the event. The registration page for the event is available here.