It’s all fun and games until you leave the cPanel booth at HostingCon! Unless it’s for a session, then we’ll let it slide.
We’ll be showing upcoming features in the next release, like IPv6. You really have no idea how excited I am to share that! Phil King, the leader of that project, will be on hand in the booth to answer your IPv6 questions, along with some of our other brilliant cPanel staff. IPv6 will be in good company with demos highlighting the changes in our user interface with X4, along with 1:1NAT.
Not only are we exhibiting, some of cPanel’s own will be holding sessions.
On Tuesday, June 18th:
Dan Muey will be taking part in the Lightning Talks as a moderator at 9 AM in room #16.
Eric Ellis, our Director of Development Operations, will be leading a panel with our head system administrators at 10 AM in room #18D:
‘Operation Hack You: Security Panel from Real Systems Admins’
Security is a complex field, changing every day. Who better to tell you about the threats you face and the best methods of defense than four system admins who spend their time fighting against attackers? In this down-to-earth panel designed for others on the front-line, Adam, JD, Scott, and Cory will share some real-world scenarios that result in security breaches. You’ll understand how a hacker would get into your network, charge up your credit card, and steal your identity – and what you can do to stop this from happening.
On Wednesday, June 19th:
Our Director of Product Development, Ken Power, will take part in a session about IPv6 at 9 AM.
‘Now is the Time for IPv6’
The Internet is facing imminent IPv4 depletion, which will impact all hosting service providers. To continue business growth and prepare for the future, a move toward Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is essential. In this panel session, we will review the business case for IPv6 adoption and why you should be transitioning to IPv6 now. Our experienced panelists will draw on their experiences in deploying IPv6 to help you understand the necessity of this transition and the obstacles that may appear along the way. You will also hear about best practices for everything from continual management to training your IT staff.