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All over the Federal government, IT experts and their bosses continue the search for new information and wisdom on the topic of cloud computing. On Thursday, attendees at an industry breakfast got a panel discussion from some of the top names in federal cloud computing.
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Pete Tseronis, chair of the Federal IPV-6 Task Force, explains what it means to run out of IPV-4 addresses.
After meetings between agencies, the CIO Council's panel is concerned that even if agencies meet OMB's 2012 deadline to make the switch, their Internet service providers may not. The task force is hoping to meet with GSA and Networx vendors to make sure everyone is ready for IPv6.
Agencies must make their data networks compliant with the IPv6 protocol now. The government and private industry face a looming crisis as Internet addresses defined by an increasingly dated technical protocol run out, possibly as early as next year. Agencies must first upgrade external servers to run the new protocol.
Learn more about Pete Tseronis's plans for AFFIRM
Program will discuss the progress report on on agency infrastructure modernization at FAA-DISA-Interior, whether concepts such as Virtualization-Cloud Computing & Social networking tools being incorporated in plans, critical issues on optimizing government's infrastructure, lessons learned, and the vision for the future.
IPv4 address space was expected to run out in 2012. It's happening faster than expected.
What should you be doing in order to successfully migrate from IPv4 to IPv6? FederalNewsRadio gets the answers from IPv6 guru Pete Tseronis.