Save the date! We will be posting the formal registration link here shortly but, if you want to secure a spot early let me know.
This training will be conducted by a very good friend of the PacNW, Brian Knopp!
August 22, 2013
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Location:
Regus Training Room
5400 Carillon Point, Building 5000, 4th floor
Kirkland, WA 98033
Nimble Storage is the fastest-growing storage vendor in history, with deployments nationwide and a long list of technology awards. Here's your chance to ride the wave and get accredited on this rapidly growing technology.
What you will learn:
The Nimble Storage Array Introduction, Installation, and Maintenance course has been designed to introduce System, Field Engineers and Technical End-Users to the Nimble Storage array, its architecture, and features. System and Field Engineers will also learn about installation, volume creation, snapshots, replication, and Disaster Recovery. This is the first post-sales technical course among a series of courses where each subsequent Nimble Accredited Professional course will teach Systems and Field Engineers how to integrate the Nimble array into a variety of solutions such as VMware and MPIO. Upon completion of this course, attendees will be Level 1 Nimble Accredited Professionals.
The course materials are designed to provide Systems, Field Engineers and Technical End-Users with a fundamental understanding of the Nimble Array. The materials are technical in nature and are well suited for the SE audience or field sales professional with a technical background.
Register now for this FREE one-day seminar specifically designed for hands-on SE's. Topics covered will include:
About The Instructor:
Brian Knopp has over a decade of experience in designing and implementing Storage Area Network systems for everything from SMB clients to Fortune 100 companies such as Amazon.com, AT&T and Microsoft. His background in virtualization and data storage networking pairs the three main hypervisors (VMware, Hyper V, Citrix) with Fibre Channel (EMC, Hitachi, etc.), NAS (EMC, F5 ARX, DataDomain), and iSCSI (Dell Equallogic & Nimble) technologies. Brian loves to share his extensive real-world experience in storage architecture with others. Currently he provides sales engineering support for the East Coast Nimble Partner community.
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