Silver Peak SD-WAN Hands-on Technical Workshop: Manchester
Nov 21 2019
9:30am - The Nowgen Centre - Research and Innovation Division
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Silver Peak is hitting the road with a series of complimentary half-day workshops, featuring a hands-on guided lab experience and deep dive into the Silver Peak Unity EdgeConnect™ SD-WAN edge platform. Join Silver Peak in Manchester on November 21st.
Participants will receive an extensive platform overview within a full working lab environment to support enhanced learning. Silver Peak system engineers will be on hand for advanced design discussion and questions.
Attend This Complimentary Workshop and:
Get an overview of architecting and operating an SD-WAN
Take a deep dive into core SD-WAN features and capabilities
Learn how to successfully deploy an SD-WAN through a series of hands-on labs
Practice real-world scenarios to become an expert in operations and troubleshooting
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