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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

IPv6 Adoption
Meeting: NANOG57
Date / Time: 2013-02-06 3:00pm - 3:30pm
This item is webcast
Room: Crystal Ballroom A-C
Presenters: Speakers:

Michael Bailey, University of Michigan

Michael Bailey is an Associate Research Professor at the University of Michigan where he studies the performance, availability, and security of complex distributed systems. Before coming to the University of Michigan, Michael was Director of Engineering at Arbor Networks were he worked with a talented engineering team building network monitoring software. Michael has a BS in CS from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, an MS in CS from DePaul University, and a Ph.D. in CS from the University of Michigan. Michael is a senior member of both IEEE and ACM.
Abstract: Network World recently argued that "it will be difficult for Internet policymakers, engineers and the user community at large to tell how the upgrade to IPv6 is progressing because no one has accurate or comprehensive statistics about how much Internet traffic is IPv6 vs. IPv4." We have been seeking to address this concern by collecting broad visibility, multi-perspective data on adoption. In this talk, we present a snapshot of global IPv6 deployment via ten measurements taken from seven large datasets. Together, our measures seek to provide a deep and broad view of the process by characterizing IPv6 addressing, transition technologies, DNS readiness, host readiness, application mix, and traffic volume.
Files: pdfIPv6 Adoption(PDF)
youtubeIPv6 Adoption
Sponsors: None.

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    Daniel Golding, Datacenter Insight; Panelists:
    Scott A. Davis, DuPont Fabros Technology; Michael Poleshuk, Equinix; Michael J. Parks, Datapipe; Neil Crowley, Internap;
  • Super Storm Sandy: Infrastructure Impacts
    Moderators:
    Daniel Golding, Datacenter Insight; Panelists:
    Scott A. Davis, DuPont Fabros Technology; Michael Poleshuk, Equinix; Michael J. Parks, Datapipe; Neil Crowley, Internap;
  • Super Storm Sandy: Infrastructure Impacts
    Moderators:
    Daniel Golding, Datacenter Insight; Panelists:
    Scott A. Davis, DuPont Fabros Technology; Michael Poleshuk, Equinix; Michael J. Parks, Datapipe; Neil Crowley, Internap;
  • Super Storm Sandy: Infrastructure Impacts
    Moderators:
    Daniel Golding, Datacenter Insight; Panelists:
    Scott A. Davis, DuPont Fabros Technology; Michael Poleshuk, Equinix; Michael J. Parks, Datapipe; Neil Crowley, Internap;
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    Moderators:
    Jim CowieRenesys; .
    Panelists:
    John HeidemannUSC/Information Sciences Institute; .
    Emile AbenRIPE NCC; .
    Patrick GilmoreAkamai; .
    Doug MadoryRenesys; .
  • Internet Impacts of Hurricane Sandy
    Moderators:
    Jim CowieRenesys; .
    Panelists:
    John HeidemannUSC/Information Sciences Institute; .
    Emile AbenRIPE NCC; .
    Patrick GilmoreAkamai; .
    Doug MadoryRenesys; .
  • Internet Impacts of Hurricane Sandy
    Moderators:
    Jim CowieRenesys; .
    Panelists:
    John HeidemannUSC/Information Sciences Institute; .
    Emile AbenRIPE NCC; .
    Patrick GilmoreAkamai; .
    Doug MadoryRenesys; .
  • Internet Impacts of Hurricane Sandy
    Moderators:
    Jim CowieRenesys; .
    Panelists:
    John HeidemannUSC/Information Sciences Institute; .
    Emile AbenRIPE NCC; .
    Patrick GilmoreAkamai; .
    Doug MadoryRenesys; .
  • Internet Impacts of Hurricane Sandy
    Moderators:
    Jim CowieRenesys; .
    Panelists:
    John HeidemannUSC/Information Sciences Institute; .
    Emile AbenRIPE NCC; .
    Patrick GilmoreAkamai; .
    Doug MadoryRenesys; .

 

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