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Enroll in SDN University 101: What you need to know about software-defined networking?
2013 is the year to experiment with SDN. Join SDxCentral and Computerlinks to learn the basics of software-defined networking (SDN) and where to start your experimentations this year.
Software-defined networking is happening today. If you work with service providers, large enterprises, Internet Exchanges or Government Agencies, now is the time to understand the implications of SDN to your organization. As the independent source for SDN information – you get a balanced view as to what’s real and what’s hype.
Don’t miss this limited opportunity to learn from the experts from SDxCentral and Computerlinks in an interactive online training session about SDN ‘basic’s’ so you can start to plan to deploy SDN in your environment in 2014.
Experience a mildly technical discussion about:
- Define Networking Today
- Definition of SDN
- Why SDN? What’s driving it?
- SDN History
- What is SDN? What is OpenFlow?
- What can you do with SDN?
- Use Cases
- How does SDN integrate into my existing network?
- SDN Technologies
- SDN Open Source Technologies
- Sample SDN Products
- How do I get started with SDN in 2013?
- How do I learn more?
- Preview 200 level class (place holder name) with hands on truing
Why you should attend:
Don’t be left behind – enroll in to SDN University to learn where you should consider implementing it on your network, and how to get started.
Who should attend:
- Enterprise / Network Architects
- Network Engineers / Systems Engineers
- Resellers / VARs
- Who are looking to add to their career and learn the ‘basics’ about SDN.
- Understanding of basic networking concepts
- This course is meant as a primer. (Contact us for more advanced and on-site course options)
- A follow on course will include hands on technical training
Register for this event here.