Length: 2 day
Audience: Government Managers Politicians Sales Teams Marketing Technical or Non-Technical Professionals Service Provider level or Enterprise level Government Agencies Network Design Engineers Network Administrators Operations professionals OR anyone else who provides IPv6 network, design, configuration, troubleshooting and support services
IPv6 Managerial Course
IPv6 Managerial Course is a fundamental IPv6 training course covering Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) for non-technical professionals and managers.
IPv6 Managerial Course is an insightful and revealing high-level training course has been designed to focus broadly on all the IPv6 key topics and topics IT and networking directors and managers need to know before and after migration to IPv6. This is an in-depth but non-technical course for high-level executives that oversee the decisions and budgets impacted by IPv6.
We are out of IPv4 addresses. ISPs worldwide will have to rapidly adopt IPv6 over the next years to grow, in particular as mobile devices require more and more address space. Already, modern operating systems implement IPv6 by default. This course is designed for the management and direction of implementing IPv6.
IPv6 is currently being implemented at a rapid pace in Asia in response to the exhaustion of IPv4 address space, which is most urgently felt in rapidly growing networks in China and India. Governments and institutions around the world have to connect to IPv6 resources as they become more important and integrated in a global environment. Each country will have to implement and train for this evolution of the Internet.
IPv6 general and technical training has to occur to avoid network security risks in the transition. The safest and most secure transition will be when full management understands the reasons behind the transition from the history to the final assessment after implementation.
Many non-technical administrators do not understand that IPv6 doesn't stop at the network layer. Many application layer protocols change in order to support IPv6, and we will take a close look at protocols like DNS, DHCPv6 and more. Looking at a Macro Level to see how the shift to IPv6 will impact and affect all areas and how to do it smoothly and in the right sequence.
This course gives a high level tour of all the new features and functions in IPv6 as well as detailed information for real world implementation and troubleshooting. It covers everything you need to know to get started. The new IPv6 protocols offers extended address space, scalability, improved support for security, real-time traffic support, and auto-configuration so that even a novice user can connect a machine to the Internet. Aimed at system and network administrators, engineers, network designers, and IT managers, this course will help you understand and plan for IPv6 into your current IPv4 infrastructure.