by Yanick Pouffary, HP Distinguished Technologist
Is your network like a leaky boat? Many corporate networks are, and that’s preventing IT from taking on the challenges of the mobile enterprise. Here's the single most important step IT departments can take to evolve their networks into the future.
On July 24 and 25, 2012, HP will have an interactive, on-line event that will help you discover what IPv6 means to your organization and strategies for a smooth transition.
The chat will feature Yanick Pouffary, a Distinguished Technologist and Chief Architect in the Office of the CTO within HP Technology Services
Read more about this free event and how to register.
June 6, 2012, is IPv6 World Launch Day. Google, Facebook, Microsoft Bing, and Yahoo are turning on IPv6 for good. Making the transition brings new opportunities for business. Yanick Pouffary shows how to get started and what to expect.
Through the work of distinguished engineers like Jim Bound, HP played an important role in developing IPv6, the next-generation Internet protocol. March 2 marked the anniversary of Jim’s death. Jim’s contributions to the development of IPv6 are too many to list. So in honor of Jim, this post recounts how his leadership helped HP introduce IPv6 to its hardware, software and services portfolio. With Jim’s leadership, HP was one of the first vendors to IPv6-enable its products, positioning itself for the continued evolution of the Internet.
Automated DDI management (“DDI” stands for DNS, DHCP and IPAM (IP Address Management)) helps ensure that your DNS, DHCP and IP address management services work in synchronization. This will help you get the most out of your IPv4 network and in turn, lays the foundation for a smooth transition to IPv6, the next-generation Internet protocol.