Timing of the Spring 2017 live sessions
From Next-Generation Data Center
All live sessions include a guest speaker presentation (60 - 90 minutes), follow-up questions, and design discussions, so plan to spend 3 hours in each session.
- March 30th: Impact of Open Source with Scott Lowe
- April 4th: Automating data center deployments in UBS with Thomas Wacker (+ automation and orchestration discussions)
- April 11th: Why Containers Matter with Stephen Foskett (+ compute/storage/virtualization discussions)
- April 20th: IPv6 in Data Centers with Ed Horley (+ network infrastructure discussions)
- May 4th: Security concerns in public and hybrid clouds with Matthias Luft (+ other network services)
- May 11th: Roundtable discussion with Andrew Lerner and Simon Richard
- May 30th: Course completes
Online sessions start at 4PM Europe / 15:00 GMT / 10AM EST / 7AM PST unless indicated otherwise.
All sessions are delivered in a GoToWebinar virtual classroom, giving you the ability to ask real-time questions and join the audio discussions. The sessions are recorded; downloadable MP4 videos are usually available with 24 hours. You can ask any follow-up questions you might get while watching the recordings in the Slack team.
Archive: Timing of Autumn 2016 sessions
- September 1st: Start of the course and first assignment (no interactive session due to overlap with VMworld US)
- September 6th: Creating a Better Presentation with Marjan Bradeško
- September 13th: Network Automation with Elisa Jasinska
- September 22nd: Network design/Q&A session covering leaf-and-spine fabrics, virtual networks, and network servicesÍ
- September 23rd: Whitebox Switching with Russ White
- September 27th: Software-Defined Storage with Howard Marks
- October 11th: High-availability Concerns with Ethan Banks
- October 18th: Deploying NSX on top of Nexus 9000 with Mitja Robas
- October 25th: Course completes