It’s easy to confuse Bloxfest with a party – the diminutive of “festivity” is right there in the name. And it is a celebration, but it’s a celebration of those who build, manage, defend, and protect networks. But if you want to convince your boss to send you, you can also argue that it’s a festival of learning.
Take our training courses. If nothing else, they will show your boss that you want to attend in order to be a better network or security administrator.
On Tuesday, May 17, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Eastern, we’re offering four 90-minute training courses on Infoblox technology. (Courses are $99 each, but discounted to $299 if you register for all four):
- Next Level DNS helps DNS administrators get the most out of their DNS deployments, focusing on helping administrators better analyze their environments, employ DNS best practices, and how DNSSEC validation can help even in unsigned environments.
- Next Level DHCP focuses on advanced DHCP concepts, such as DHCP fingerprinting and lease-history; how these can be used to help secure and enhance your environment; and how DHCP relates to best-practice DNS and IPAM.
- Next Level IPAM focuses on architecting IPAM to mirror your organizational design; how this can take IPAM past the level of just IP addressing and allows users to tie information to all objects in the Infoblox database; and allow administrators to search, sort, and export based on any data mapped to those objects.
- Maximize your DDI with add-ons focuses on the additional tools available to increase the efficiency and security of your Infoblox implementation. We’ll also discuss Network Insight for bringing port information and control to your IPAM, as well as DNS Firewall and Advanced DNS Protection (ADP) for security.
All in all, we think it’s a pretty worthwhile way to spend a day. And that’s just the first day! There’s so much more that will be available through the track sessions as well. And we think your boss will too. You can sign up for these courses along with your regular Bloxfest registration. And don’t forget: The Early Bird rate of $995 expires on Feb. 29.