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    If services providers want to improve their cloud services and build large-scale cloud infrastructures, they must look to IPv6. IPv6 expert Ciprian Popoviciu explains the IPv6 benefits that providers don't get with IPv4.

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  • Will SDN ease the IPv6 transition?

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  • With SDN, IPv6 transition may not be so hard

    With SDN, IPv6 transition might be easier, since physical addresses will be managed through a controller and be part of a larger automated system.

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  • SDN blog roundup: Open source SDN; Facebook’s IPv6 data center

    This week, SDN bloggers discuss the desire for open source SDN among industry professionals and Facebook's quest to deploy an IPv6 data center.

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  • IPv6, SDN: When worlds collide … in a good way

    IPv6, SDN and the cloud seem like separate initiatives, but they are interdependent. SDN and IPv6 will enable cloud agility. The good news is they are also complementary.

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  • NEC offers OpenFlow vswitch, OpenStack and IPv6 support

    NEC offers ProgrammableFlow 1000 OpenFlow vswitch to extend its software-defined networking technology into Microsoft Hyper-V hypervisors.

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  • How would you rate OpenStack’s IPv6 readiness?

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  • Is OpenStack IPv6-ready?

    Cloud computing won't reach its potential without IPv6 support. Three experts tested OpenStack to see how IPv6-ready the cloud platform really is.

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  • Should cloud providers be concerned with IPv6 readiness?

    IPv6 readiness is essential to the scalability of a cloud provider's infrastructure, explains cloud networking expert Ciprian Popoviciu.

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  • Do IaaS, PaaS and SaaS have different requirements for using IPv6?

    How you use IPv6 matters most in Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), but the industry still has some catching up to do, says expert Ciprian Popoviciu.

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