As the world's use of the Internet continues to rapidly evolve, organizations increasingly rely on the Internet, and Internet infrastructure grows more powerful and complex.
The original internet protocol (IPv4) is now 30 years old, and its limitations are increasingly apparent. Many decision makers recognize that a transition to the new version of this communications standard (IPv6) is needed far sooner than anticipated. This change will affect every business and organization that relies on the Internet and will become an organic part of every organization's operation.
Of all the books written about Internet evolution, Global IPv6 Strategies is one of the most practical and helpful. It explores significant changes already occurring and gives decision makers the information they need to plan and execute orderly, efficient migrations to IPv6-and reap business benefits.
The book's authors offer practical scenarios, proven best practices, and real-world case studies drawn from their industry-leading experience helping organizations move to IPv6. They review costs, benefits, impacts, and opportunities associated with IPv6 migration, and offer insights and strategies for rarely discussed organizational issues that can make or break a transition.
See Book Overview for specifics about how this
book can help your organization successfully migrate to IPv6.