About Show #352
Richard chats with Ed Horley about his new book, Practical IPv6 for Windows Administrators. The conversation starts out with the evolution of IPv6 from a Windows perspective, starting back in 2006 with Vista and Windows Server 2008. Ed digs into the fundamental things that all administrators need to know about IPv6, how it works in your internal network, the advantages it gives, and how to get away from the archaic thinking that IPv4 has created to keep itself alive for so long. You need this book!
Ed Horley is the Vice President of Engineering at Groupware Technology in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is the author of Practical IPv6 for Windows Administrators from Apress and is the Co-Chair of the California IPv6 Task Force. Ed has presented at numerous conferences on IPv6 and you can catch him this year presenting at Interop in Las Vegas and Cisco Live in San Diego. He maintains a blog at howfunky.com and you can find him on twitter at @ehorley.