Network Performance Management Training and Certification Courses to be Offered by NetPerformance.com

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NetPerformance.com is offering two levels of PMG NetAnalyst® training and certification classes in November, to be held in Austin, Texas. NetAnalyst is a comprehensive, vendor-neutral training program -- ranging from networking essentials to advanced network analysis -- designed to enable network professionals to understand how systems interact, how to best use analysis tools for fault and problem isolation, and how to optimize network performance.

NetPerformance.com is offering two levels of PMG NetAnalyst® training and certification classes in November, to be held in Austin, Texas. NetAnalyst is a comprehensive, vendor-neutral training program -- ranging from networking essentials to advanced network analysis -- designed to enable network professionals to understand how systems interact, how to best use analysis tools for fault and problem isolation, and how to optimize network performance. Course details and registration information can be found at NetAnalyst Network Performance Management November Classes.

The November NetAnalyst course schedule includes:

Level I Course: Network Theory & Principles

Date: November 6-10

Location: Austin, Texas

Course Description: The Network Theory & Principles course is integral to results-oriented troubleshooting and performance analysis. The lecture-based sessions move from basic theory to the topics and approaches required to analyze the most complex network and application issues.

Concepts and Technologies Covered:

  • Communication Principles and Reference Models
  • Physical/Data Link Layers and Ethernet
  • Switching and VLANs
  • IP and IP Routing
  • Transport Layer – UDP & TCP
  • Dependency Protocols and Application Protocols
  • Documentation Techniques

Optional NetAnalyst Certification: Level I – Cross Technology certification is offered with the completion of Network Theory & Principles.

Level II Course: Network Troubleshooting Essentials

Date: November 13-17

Location: Austin, Texas

Course Description: The Network Troubleshooting Essentials course provides a review of the OSI model and then applies that theory to resolving complex network issues. Modules begin at the physical layer, covering the operation of each layer through application, and feature a highly interactive, hands-on lab environment designed to reinforce the course materials.

Concepts and Technologies Covered:

  • OSI Model and Architecture Review
  • Ethernet Operation and Analysis
  • Wireless Ethernet
  • Switched Network Analysis and VLANs
  • IP Operation and Analysis
  • TCP Throughput and Latency Analysis
  • Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)

Optional NetAnalyst Certification: Level II – Architect certification is offered with the completion of Network Troubleshooting Essentials.

About the Instructors

Bill Alderson, Certified NetAnalyst, NetPerformance.com Principal Fellow, NetQoS Inc. Senior Consultant

One of the industry's most respected network analysts, Alderson is the founder of the NetAnalyst network training and certification program. He has more than 25 years of field-tested experience in large network infrastructure problem resolution, application analysis, design, documentation, architecture and planning. His career has allowed him to train more than 40,000 technology professionals, assist more than 75 of the Fortune 100, and consult with many federal, state and local government agencies -- including the Pentagon after the events of Sept. 11, 2001.

Rob Webb, Certified NetAnalyst, NetQoS Inc. Senior Network Consultant

With more than 20 years of military and corporate service in the IT industry, Webb's overall understanding of network communications, coupled with the ability to analyze issues down to their root causes, gives him insight into networks that goes beyond addressing symptoms to identifying issues and suggesting possible solutions. He has used his expertise for proactive network evaluations as well as for customers facing crisis situations, including the Department of Defense, utility companies (nuclear, gas, electric and hydro), financial organizations, pharmaceutical companies, and law firms.

For special registration savings or to obtain additional information, visit NetAnalyst Network Performance Management November Classes.

For a listing of next year's classes, visit the 2007 NetAnalyst training and certification schedule.

About the Certified NetAnalyst Program

Established in 1995 by NetAnalyst founder and networking expert Bill Alderson, the Certified NetAnalyst program is offered as an option in conjunction with the NetAnalyst training classes. It is the only multi-discipline, cross-technology generalist certification. Tests evaluate the information all professionals need to know to maximize collaborative efforts to design and solve network problems. With more than 2,500 Certified NetAnalysts worldwide, the NetAnalyst certification program is the most widely recognized accreditation within the network performance management discipline.

About NetPerformance.com

NetPerformance.com is an independent Web portal designed for network engineers, promoting a performance-first approach to network management. Its mission is to provide network professionals essential knowledge to optimize the performance of enterprise networks that deliver critical applications. The site includes resources such as industry news, technical information, best practices, expert blogs, and online forums for interaction with industry thought leaders and peers. NetPerformance.com also offers NetAnalyst training and certification. NetPerformance.com's corporate sponsors include NetQoS® Inc. (http://www.netqos.com/services/network_performance_management.html), Fluke Networks (http://www.flukenetworks.com), Coradiant™ Inc. (http://www.coradiant.com), and Network Instruments (http://www.networkinstruments.com). For more information, visit http://www.netperformance.com

NetQoS and PMG NetAnalyst are registered trademarks of NetQoS Inc. All other trade names, trademarks, and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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