NetQoS Announces 2008 Network Performance Management Training Program

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NetQoS(R) Inc. has released its 2008 NetAnalyst(R) training and certification schedule for network engineers and other IT professionals responsible for managing network and application performance across complex organizations. The NetQoS NetAnalyst training program provides comprehensive instruction in the specific troubleshooting and problem-resolution skills required for measurable network and application performance improvements. Based on industry-wide standards and theory applicable to any network environment, the vendor-neutral NetAnalyst curriculum ranges from basic theory to advanced troubleshooting techniques.

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The NetQoS NetAnalyst program offers established training courses that have helped thousands of professionals prepare to face the complex network challenges typical in today's large organizations.

    "Network engineers are increasingly responsible for delivering optimal application performance across converged networks, so having the right network performance management knowledge and skills is critical," said Robert Machnacki, vice president of professional services for NetQoS. "The NetQoS NetAnalyst program offers established training courses that have helped thousands of professionals prepare to face the complex network challenges typical in today's large organizations."

The NetAnalyst Level I Network Performance Technologies course provides an in-depth analysis of networking protocols and their role in delivering application performance. The curriculum covers LAN and WAN technologies, Internet Protocol (IPv4), transport technologies (TCP and UDP), and additional protocols such as SNMP, HTTP, NFS, FTP, and CIFS. In addition, the course covers network performance data sources and analysis, including mathematical concepts and principles, data frequency and performance analysis, and data sources.

The NetAnalyst Level II Network Performance Metrics & Analysis 2008 curriculum includes a new focus on Advanced Data Center Design, including designing for performance, scalability, and management. In addition, a new section called Advanced MPLS for Enterprises covers the differences among carriers, how to measure service-level agreements for compliance, and troubleshooting through the MPLS cloud from an enterprise perspective.

NetQoS also offers customized onsite training, where NetAnalyst instructors base the curriculum on each organization's equipment and network systems.

About the NetQoS NetAnalyst Program

NetQoS NetAnalyst training and certification is a comprehensive training program designed to educate network professionals about network performance technologies including protocols, processes, methodologies, and metrics. The NetQoS NetAnalyst program provides a solid foundation that enables network performance analysts to better understand and utilize popular management tools. With more than 3,000 Certified NetAnalysts worldwide, the NetQoS NetAnalyst certification program is the most widely recognized accreditation within the network performance management discipline. For more information, visit http://www.netqos.com/services/netanalyst_training.html or call 866-764-5278.

About NetQoS Inc.

NetQoS software and services help service providers, government agencies, and large enterprises - including half of the Fortune 100 - improve the delivery of applications over wide area networks by enabling them to monitor application service levels, troubleshoot problems quickly, and plan for change. Representative NetQoS customers include Chevron, Lockheed Martin, American Express, Hilton Hotels, Siemens, Boeing, Deutsche Telekom, NASA, and Barclays Global Investors. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, NetQoS has R&D centers in Austin and Raleigh, N.C., and regional sales offices in London and Singapore. For more information, visit http://www.netqos.com or call 877-835-9575.

NetQoS and 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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