Gigamon Service Provider Customer Forum

Williams F1 Centre, Grove, Wantage, OX12 0DQ

9:30am - 3pm


Gigamon is holding its inaugural Service Provider Customer Forum on 22nd May and we’d be delighted if you could attend. The event is being held at the inspirational Williams F1 facility in Oxfordshire and is an opportunity to network with peers from across the Service Provider community and understand how Gigamon is working collaboratively with Service Providers globally.

There will be also be the opportunity to tour the private Williams museum and to get hands-on with the Pit Stop Challenge.

The agenda will involve a number of short interactive talks from Gigamon, our customers and the National Crime Agency so if your role involves any of the following then we’d be delighted to see you there:

  • Delivering NFV in Service Environment at scale
  • Scaling security tools within cost a constrained environment
  • Optimising monitoring tools
  • Managing SOC environment
  • Addressing ICR for Lawful Intercept

On the day, we’ll also be showcasing the latest in Application Filtering Intelligence, advanced threat detection, Metadata creation along with a unique approach to providing visibility for 5G traffic. For the technically-minded, we’ll have a hands-on lab for you to get stuck in.

Nearer the time, Gigamon will be in touch to collect your dietary requirements and to share more details about the speakers and attendees.

As we envisage this to be a popular event, please let us know if you’d like to attend by completing the Contact Us form below, and we’ll reserve you a place.

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