IPv6 Seen From Statoil: Knut Sebastian Tungland, Chief Engineer Information Technology, Statoil


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IPv6 Seen From Statoil: Knut Sebastian Tungland, Chief Engineer Information Technology, Statoil

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IPv6 Seen From Statoil: Knut Sebastian Tungland, Chief Engineer Information Technology, Statoil

  1. 1. IP6 seen from StatoilKnut Sebastian TunglandChief Engineer for Information TechnologyStatoil ASA
  2. 2. Who we are•  Energy company present in 34 countries with 20,000 employees•  Produced 1.96 million barrels of oil equivalent (boe) per day in 2009 (equity production)•  About 22 billion boe in proven resources (5.4 billion as booked reserves)•  One of the world’s largest net sellers of crude oil•  The worlds largest operator in waters deeper than 100 metres•  World leader in carbon storage•  The second largest exporter of gas to Europe
  3. 3. Our strategy Deep water Maintain NCS production level Heavy oil International growth Stepwise develop profitable renewable Gas value chains energy Harsh environments3-
  4. 4. The IT investments are driven by theexploration, operations and collaborationambitions Exploration Ambitions Operations and Collaboration•  Seismic imaging and interpretation are essential •  Integrated operations – real-time communication for prioritising new opportunities for efficient interaction between experts and decision-makers, regardless of location•  High Performance Computing (HPC) is essential for exploration success in sub-salt and other •  Improved capability to collaborate and share geologically complex areas information across the value chain and across locations to support Statoil’s international growth
  5. 5. Why IPv6? – same reasons as everybody else •  Global IPv4 address depletion – some time in 2012 −  Ex. http://ipv4.potaroo.net −  Asia to face the biggest challenge over the next years •  Increased mobile connectivity worldwide •  Anywhere, Anytime access for Everything •  New applications developed for IPv6 only •  Protocol enhancements for security, mobility, QoS and performance •  Future end-to-end IP transparency - no NAT and no disjoint IP routing (home, office, extranet, Internet)5
  6. 6. A global IT infrastructure supporting localneeds•  IT infrastructure is transparent and support global business processes in terms of −  Local needs −  Need to be “self-contained” −  Optimized performance −  Compliance −  Need to scale and adapt as business change•  Utilize global marked for IT services
  7. 7. Subsea data management: integrated fiber optic subsea system Riserless light well intervention Permanent ocean Monobore drilling bottom seismic Environmental monitoring Integrated fiber optic Subsea System compression Integrated subsea and seperation control modules Subsea injection of raw Downhole sea water Multi lateral monitoring wells and control7
  8. 8. Teredo Tunnel• wikipedia.org •  …is a transition technology that gives full IPv6 connectivity for IPv6-capable hosts which are on the IPv4
  9. 9. Implemention - 1•  We have provider independent IPv6 address-space•  IPv6 has been running in our LAB environment for 2 years (isolated LAN, FW and Internet-access using PA addresses)•  IPv6 is running on all backbone routers in Norway•  IPv6 is running in part of the IT department network −  Some users have been moved to test servers (home disk) −  One of LAB proxies is enabled to support IPv6 −  Working on LoadBalancers to be able to support a IPv6 frontend without changing the IPv4 server backend
  10. 10. Implementation - 2•  We are done testing. Todo: −  Decide how to do DNS −  Decide how to do DHCP. Stateless, Statefull of both? −  Enable IPv6 on production server VLAN’s −  Enable IPv6 on production Internet FW’s −  IPv6 support in our global and local Managed Service networks (managed MPLS-VPN) −  Everywhere (LAN and WLAN)
  11. 11. Thank you