San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
What: An event for IT and Networking folks to learn about IPv6
When: Event on Tuesday, 28 August from 4pm to 7pm
Where: Hosted by ViaWest at 6400 S. Fiddler's Green Circle, Floor 20, Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Scott Hogg is the Director of Technology Solutions for Global Technology Resources, Inc. (GTRI) and has been a network computing consultant for 20 years. Scott Hogg is a founding member of the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Task Force (2007-Present) and has served as chair and has helped coordinate the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Summit for the past 5 years. (www.rmv6tf.org). Scott is also an active leader within the North American IPv6 Task Force. Scott has authored the Cisco Press book on IPv6 Security (published Dec 2008) ISBN: 1587055945. Scott provides network engineering, security consulting, and training services to his clients, focusing on creating reliable, high-performance, secure, manageable, and cost effective network solutions. He has a B.S. in Computer Science from Colorado State University, a M.S. in Telecommunications from the University of Colorado, along with his CCIE (#5133), CISSP (#4610), among many other vendor and industry certifications. Scott has designed, implemented, and troubleshot networks for many large enterprises, service providers, and government organizations. For the past 12 years Scott has been working with IPv6 technologies. Scott has performed IPv6 assessments and drafted IPv6 impact analyses and transition plans for multiple U.S. Federal organizations. He has assisted U.S. Federal organizations with IPv6 education, technology, and strategy. Scott Hogg has also assisted several service providers with their IPv6 planning and IPv6 security strategies. Scott has performed early IPv6 deployments for commercial organizations so Scott has actual IPv6 implementation experience. Scott Hogg is a frequent presenter on IPv6 technologies to clients, industry groups and major conferences. Scott has written several magazine articles on IPv6 and has a popular blog on NetworkWorld.com that covers IPv6 topics.
Specializing in IP routing protocols, MPLS, and IPv6, Jeff Doyle has designed or assisted in the design of large-scale IP service provider networks in 26 countries over 6 continents. He worked with early IPv6 adopters in Japan, China, and South Korea, and now advises service providers, government agencies, military contractors, equipment manufacturers, and large enterprises on best-practice IPv6 deployment.
Jeff is the author of CCIE Professional Development: Routing TCP/IP, Volumes I and II; OSPF and IS-IS: Choosing an IGP for Large-Scale Networks; and is an editor and contributing author of Juniper Networks Routers: The Complete Reference. He also writes blogs for both Network World and for Network Computing. Jeff is one of the founders of the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Task Force and is an IPv6 Forum Fellow.
Chris Grundemann, JNCIE #449, is currently engaged with CableLabs as a Network Architect focusing on technical leadership and contributions to standards & specifications within many current Ethernet and IP networking areas, specifically: Carrier Ethernet, VPNs, MPLS, and IPv6.
Chris is the author of Day One: Exploring IPv6 and Day One: Advanced IPv6 Configuration, as well as several IETF Internet Drafts and various industry papers. He is the founding Chair of CO ISOC, the Colorado chapter of the Internet Society, Co-Chair of the UPnP IPv6 Task Force, an elected member of the ARIN Advisory Council (AC), a member of the CEA Pv6 Transition Working Group, and a member of the Rocky Mountain IPv6 Task Force (RMv6TF) Steering Committee. Chris also maintains a personal weblog aimed towards Internet related posts typically focusing on network operation and design, tech-policy and the future of the Internet.
Cricket Liu is an authority on the Domain Name System and the co-author of all of O'Reilly & Associates Nutshell Handbooks on DNS, including the classic DNS and BIND. As Vice President of Architecture & Technology, Cricket guides the development of Infoblox’s product and business strategy, and serves as a liaison between Infoblox and the technical community. He also serves as General Manager of Infoblox’s IPv6 Center of Excellence, which promotes IPv6 adoption and drives Infoblox’s IPv6 product strategy.
Cricket worked for Hewlett-Packard for nearly ten years, where he ran hp.com, one of the largest corporate domains in the world, and helped found HP’s Internet consulting business. Cricket later co-founded his own Internet consulting and training company, Acme Byte & Wire. After Network Solutions acquired Acme Byte & Wire, Cricket became Director of DNS Product Management.
Shannon McFarland, CCIE #5245, is a Principal Engineer in the Corporate Consulting Engineering group and is focused on Enterprise IPv6 deployment, VDI, OpenStack and Data Center technologies. Shannon has been responsible for the Enterprise IPv6 design and deployment effort at Cisco for the last 11 years. He has authored many technical papers, Cisco Validated Design guides, a contributor to Cisco Press books and is a frequent speaker at Cisco Live and other industry conferences. He has co-authored a Cisco Press book "IPv6 in the Enterprise. Shannon has been at Cisco for 12 years.
When & Where
Colorado Internet Society
CO ISOC seeks to harness the great resources of this region in order to perpetuate the open evolution of the Internet for the advancement of human knowledge and communication, here in Colorado and around the world.