In this session, we will provide an overview of how you can use IPv6 on AWS today – how to enable and migrate workloads at scale from IPv4-only to either dual-stack or IPv6-only architectures. We will cover the Amazon VPC IPv6 capabilities, how you can achieve IPv6 connectivity on AWS and hybrid network, and we’ll review common adoption patterns for hybrid connectivity, Internet-facing applications, and applications hosted on the edge. We’ll start with IPv6 address management on AWS using Amazon VPC IP Address Manager (IPAM) and take a step-by-step journey to an IPv6-enabled environment with Amazon VPC, peering, Transit Gateway and Cloud WAN, Direct Connect and VPN, are more.
Alexandra Huides Bio:
Alexandra Huides is working as a Networking Specialist Solutions Architect at AWS in Strategic Accounts. Alexandra is an experienced architect with extensive background in IPv4/IPv6 network design (routing/switching), network security (IPSEC/GRE/MPLS), troubleshooting, and network overlays/virtualization, software defined network design patterns and cloud networking solutions. She has designed and implemented multiple enterprise-scale networking solutions, spanning traditional data center technologies (Cisco/Juniper) and cloud vendors and services (AWS and Azure), and currently working with the largest scale AWS customers on their network infrastructure design.