CONFERENCE DAY 1 | TUESDAY 17 MARCH 2015
|08.00||WELCOME, REGISTRATION AND COFFEE|
Latif Ladid, President, IPv6 Forum
|08.50||IPv6 Service Yang Model|
Tina Tsou, Huawei
|09.10||Unleashing the Power|
V6 CENTRIC Session
|09.30||Facebook IPv6 Strategy|
| Delivering an update on Facebook IPv6-only deployment.
Paul Saab, Facebook
|10.30||Comcast: IPv6 only X1|
|Providing the latest on Comcast IPv6 deployment. Specifically discussing pervasive support for IPv6 enabled broadband, taking X1 platform to IPv6 only, as well as managing tens of millions of devices using IPv6 only. Providing insight on life after IPv4 including IPv4aaS.
John Jason Brzozowski & John Leddy, Comcast Cable
|11.00||SIIT-DC: IPv4 Service Continuity for IPv6 Data Centres|
|Say you've built a data centre using only IPv6. You've now got a challenge: ~95% of the Internet can't communicate with you. Stateless IP/ICMP Translation for Data Centres (SIIT-DC) is a simple and lightweight way of solving this challenge in a network-centric manner. It requires minimal changes to the data centre infrastructure, servers, and application stacks; allowing a data centre operator scale his infrastucture without regard to the limited availability of IPv4 addresses.
Tore Anderson, RedpilL LINPRO
|11.30||Segment Routing in IPv6 Networks|
|The Segment Routing architecture is data-plane independent (MPLS or IPv6). Segment Routing over IPv6 requires a new Extension Header. Covering the main aspects, functions and features of the Segment Routing architecture, especially when applied to the IPv6 data-plane. It also covers the details of the SR-IPv6 Extension Header that is proposed.
Stefano Previdi, Distinguished Engineer, Cisco
|12.00||Akamai: Helping Customers make their Content and Sites available over IPv6|
| Akamai has a global footprint of servers with IPv6 connectivity in over 1,300 locations, 90 countries, and over 550 network providers.These deliver content and accelerate web sites over IPv6 for some of the World's top web properties. Presenting an update on Akamai's capabilities and experiences for helping customers make their content and sites available over IPv6. Measurements of end-user IPv6 adoption will also be briefly presented.
Erik Nygren, Chief Systems Architect, Akamai
|14.00||Comparing Public Policy Approaches to the IPv4-IPv6 Transition|
|The transition from IPv4 to IPv6 is, arguably, a public policy concern. Some national governments have made efforts to encourage IPv6 deployment. By comparing places with the highest and lowest deployment, we can see what government policies have been most effective.
Lee Howard, Time Warner Cable
|14.30||Sharing Lessons Learned|
Latif Ladid, IPv6 Forum
China Liu Dong, Chair, China IPv6 Council
Japan Hiroshi Esaki, Executive Director, Japan IPv6 Council
Germany Dr. Christopher Meinel, Chair, German v6 Council
Latin America & the Caribbean Mike Singh, Chairman IPv6 Council
UK Veronika McKillop, UK IPv6 Council
Belgium Eric Vyncke, Belgian v6 Council
Switzerland Silvia Hagen, Swiss v6 Council
France Alain Fiocco, 6lab
AUTONOMIC NETWORKING Session
|15.30||IPv6-based Autonomic Network Infrastructure|
|The Internet has become more and more complicated. It requires networks to be able to manage themselves and attached devices autonomically and dynamically. IPv6, as new generation of IP protocol, has more autonomic functions, against IPv4. The typical examples are StateLess Address Auto-Configuration, Stateless DHCPv6, OSPFv3 Auto-Configuration, etc.
Sheng Jiang, Senior Staff Engineer, Huawei Technologies
|15.50||Simplifying Deployment and Operations with IPv6 based Autonomic Networking|
|Specific IPv6 properties can be used to simplify secure deployment and operation of networks bottom-up. Autonomic Networking, based on IPv6, can for example help to make networks secure by default, without the need for configuration. Explaining the current status IPv6 in Autonomic Networking and current standardisation efforts.
Michael Behringer, Cisco
V6 & OPEN SOURCE Session
|16.10||V6 & OpenStack|
|Reviewing the approach taken and the lessons from deploying openstack to deliver production services. The presentation includes a demo of enabling and delivering web services on an IPv6 only OpenStack infrastructure with automated IPv6 monitoring.
Dr. Ciprian Popoviciu, President and CEO, Nephos6
|17.00||Building an Open-source IPv6 Configuration Architecture for OpenWrt|
|Describing how we implemented and integrated RA, DHCPv6, prefix delegation and softwires (such as DS-Lite, LW4over6 or MAP) into a multi-homing capable system. Showing issues and quirks we found in a variety of ISP and client implementations and describes ongoing development on autonomic configuration and management of next generation home networks as proposed to the IETF homenet working group.
Steven Barth, OpeNWRT
|17.20||Runing a Demo on MAP-T on the CPE|
|The demo would be to use a Technicolor CPE, supporting MAP-T functionality, and using the MAP-T to access the web also through IPv4. Showing that v4 is still working next to the native IPv6, which is the target of this transition technology.
Carl Wuyts, System Architect IP Networking, Technicolor
Andrew Yourchenko, Cisco
|17.40||Strategic Direction of Networking – The Promise IPv6, SDN and NFV: Where Do You Start?|
|The impact and pace of change that cloud, mobility, big data, and IoT are introducing is unprecedented. As everything becomes connected, how will you shift from connecting the dots to providing a truly flexible connectivity which understands and enables these new business imperatives? SDN, NFV and IPv6 are the enablers to complete the ability to truly deliver on an elastic network. Where do you start?
Yanick Pouffary, HP
|18.00||Aggregating IoT Data for Operators NFV Cloud|
|Describing an aggregation platform that enables secure IOT services for both Fixed and Mobile operators by offering intelligent aggregation of streams of IOT data from different types of sensors and their networks. This multi-service IOT enabler is IPv6 capable, an intelligent on-demand service platform for various types of IoT data bound for fixed and Mobile Networks.
Sumedha Swamy, Ericsson
|18.20||END OF CONFERENCE DAY ONE|
The Interop Platform
The European Advanced Networking Test Center ( EANTC) in collaboration with Upperside Conferences will invite industrials to a multi-vendor MPLS SDN & NFV interoperability test in January 2015, that will be demonstrated during the Congress.
In 2014, Cloud delivery and orchestration were the major focus of the interop along the topics of:
- SDN: OpenFlow and PCE
- IPv6 Migration Scenarios
- MPLS and Ethernet Transport
- Data Center Interconnection
During the congress, EANTC will present results in regular guided tours to conference attendees. The showcase will be open for the full four days of the conferences (Tuesday to Friday).
To get more info, click-here